Color Stream, is a linear array of LEDs contained within a weather-proof tube that changes colour, creates patterns and moves them along the tube. Color Stream grabs the attention with flowing and ebbing streams of saturated, coloured light. The tubes are one metre in length and couple together to form a seamless array with an internal data daisy-chain to carry the control information. WWG developed the system some years ago.                                                                                                                  What if neon had pixels?

The light sculpture above, by Marsha Stone and made with ColorStream, featured at an awards ceremony in NYC.

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