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Rainbow LED panel gives you an excuse to dance on tables, walls, or ceilings

If you're interested in quirky furniture, you need to check out PixelBrite, the slickest LED home project I've seen in a while.

PixelBrite by Leone Labs is a 10-by-10 grid of RGB LEDs that you can use as a coffee table surface, a sculpture, or even a dance floor if you have more than one. To dictate which colors appear on the grid, you can either connect it straight to your computer and use a piece of software called PixelPal to play around with each cell, or save patterns to an SD card, which you can then stick into a slot on the PixelBrite itself.

The bonus: You can build the PixelBrite yourself. The downside? Expect to pay a large sum if you want to build the whole thing and have it look any good. Get the guide on Instructables.

[Instructables via Hack a Day]

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