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Sound Reactive LED Mask

A pretty cool campaign has just landed on Kickstarter, developed by Canadian brand Outline Montreal, the Sound Reactive LED Mask integrates art and technology into a very versatile device that mesmerizes anyone who sees it. The cool electro-luminescent mask is powered by phosphorus ink paired with a lithium modulator that converts the sound waves into programmed patterns creating pure organic light. This system can transcribe musical beats into light, reacting to the rhythm of any music. You can choose from several designs including a jaguar, a fox, gorilla, or even the obamask. watch the video below



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COLOR CHANGING COASTERS | BY PHILIPS

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