Sound reactive, app-enabled, hyper-chromatic art that will transport you to another dimension
After two years of accurate hyper-engineering, they are prepared to present you one of the most star-striking fusions of art and modern technology in the universe!
Harmonic, symphonic, digital. Visualize and get lost in your music like never before with over 30 special sound-reactive patterns, particularly made to work with any type of music. These patterns use a microphone to analyze musical lows, mids, and highs to produce a limitless ultra-responsive audio-visual range. You can simply check it yourself in their videos!
- Pick from predefined shade schemes or up to 3 custom shades.
- Adjust speed, intensity, and proportion.
- Up close, the inside of the cube appears to increase into infinity. Get lost in hyperspace.
They have actually delivered thousands of HyperCubes in their first production run, and their customers are simply amazed (or, a lot more accurately, shed someplace in hyperspace). The best is to check out what their customers have to say about it, and see yourself!
- Two models: HyperCube10 (10x10x10″) & HyperCube15 (15x15x15″)
- 95 unique custom-coded patterns, and 3 modes
- Randomly generated color palettes shift every 10s (adjustable)
- LEDs: bright and color-saturated addressable LEDs, rated to last for 50,000+ hours
- Windows: scratch-proof, shatter-proof, lightweight, optical-grade acrylic
- Frame: sleek, high-durability PVC
- Low power draw: average 6W / 12W for HC10 / HC15
- 5V power supply included, with US outlet plug
- 2.4 GHz WiFi connectivity for mobile app
- 1-year warranty
The HyperCube will blow out photons as soon as it’s turned on. By default, it will play patterns from the “Kaleidoscopic” mode, altering patterns every minute and producing new colors every 10 secs. Transform the pattern manually with a single press of the switch on the control box, and change the setting with a dual press, or completely personalize the experience with their application.
Meet the HyperCube team
Tim and Dylan are two researchers with a passion for light, geometry, and modern technology!
Tim O’Connor received his Ph.D. in NanoEngineering from UCSD, holds a master’s in Physics, and is a BS focused on Business/Entrepreneurship. Dylan Lovinger received his Ph.D. in Physics from UCSD, for his work in ultrafast laser spectroscopy. They are now both full-time hyper-engineers! The HyperCube project is a merging of everything they love: the physics of light, technology, and extreme art. They’re doing this because they wish to brighten the world. To share the enchanting beauty that emerges from the synergy of art and innovation.