Smart Phone (Android) Controllable LED Display for Art, Advertising, and Wearable Tech.
PIXEL’s ultra-bright LEDs gives you a place to view that retro-flavoured pixel art in a resolution of 32×32 or SUPER PIXEL’s 64×64.
PIXEL comes included with 180+ unique works of pixel art content via a collaboration with 12 pixel artists all over the world. And of course you can easily add your own pixel art too. The software and hardware created for PIXEL: LED ART are both open source and fully hackable using PIXEL’s software API.
Simply select the art from your Android, PC, Mac, or Raspberry Pi and download to PIXEL. After that, PIXEL runs in stand alone mode with no device connection necessary. Or leave your device connected and use PIXEL in interactive mode for things like Twitter feeds, interactive animations using the optional proximity sensor, camera phone feeds, and on the fly pixel art creation.
Featured Pixel Artists on PIXEL
|Paul Robertson is a Melbourne-based artist who graduated from RMIT’s Media Arts in 2002. He has made several short films and worked on such games as Scott Pilgrim Vs the World, Adventure Time, Scribblenauts, Wizorb, Mercenary Kings and has animated for Disney and Adult Swim. He is inspired by video games, japanese animation, action movies, horror movies, demons, gods, maths, science, and the universe.|
|Jacob Giordano (King*Kaiju) is a freelance pixel artist, illustrator, and animator. With a love of pixel art and humor he started KingKaiju.com offering art, greeting cards, and other fun stuff.|
|Valenberg is a pixel artist and designer from Germany, working in different fields, such as animation, games and comics. He is also one of the founders of the Jet Plastic Comic-Anthology jetplastic.net|
|Hermippe is a pixel artist, illustrator, and circuit bender from Japan.|
|Dan Farrimond (Illarterate) is a multimedia artist from the United Kingdom. A professional teletext designer, his work has been exhibited in such diverse locations as Germany, Finland and New Zealand on television sets, computer monitors and mobile gaming devices.|
|Carl Douglas (Argyle) is a freelance digital art-slinger based out of Ohio, USA. Carl loves his job more than any artistic crustacean that the world has ever known.|
|David Canavese is a sculpture and pixel artist from San Jose, California.|
|Kirk Barnett (Pixel PileDriver) is a programmer and artist based out of Seattle, USA. Attending the Digipen Institute of technology he studied Art Production, Real-time Simulation Programming, and lots of math. Currently he is an indie game developer and co-founder of BlockLight.|
|Fernando Cristi (Kyu) is a graphic designer & game artist. He enjoys video game development and
works as a freelance artist living in Santiago, Chile.
|Clement Swennes (Atnas) is a freelance artist and animator living in Philadelphia, USA. He’s a hobbyist programmer and designer.|
|Bertrand Dupuy (DaLK) is a pixel artist and video game designer from France. He has developed games for the Gameboy consoles and most recently Nintendo DS and mobile devices.|
|Francisco Cifuentes (Metaru) is based out of Chile and has been involved in the pixel art medium for a decade, working on a diversity of media ranging from video games to music videos, as well as taking on community roles such as deviantART’s Gallery Director.|
In the Box
- 1,024 RGB LEDs (32×32) for PIXEL and 4,096 RGB LEDs for SUPER PIXEL
- Includes a desktop stand and is also wall mountable
- Included microSD card for local storage and operation
- Free Apps for Android, PCs, and Raspberry Pi
- Interchangeable front overlays to customize the lighting effect
- 180+ unique works of pixel art from 12 leading pixel artists
- Support png, jpg, and animated gif file formats