Circoplex Light Show – by Ben Lowrey

The Circoplex light show is used for ambient lighting during Yoga, at Circoplex Special Events.

This light show was constructed by Ben Lowrey during the Summer of 2018, and consists of 6 wooden frames, 66 strips of LEDs, with a total of 3,960 RGB pixels.

The technology is called addressable LED, or smart pixels, and uses WS2815 12V strips, at 60 pixels per meter.

The graphics are generated from a combination of downloaded visual graphics in video format, and patterns which are generated in real time. This is run from an iPad app called LED LAB.

The pixels receive their instructions in code called SPI, which comes via an ArtNet interface over Wifi. Two ArtNet interfaces are used, to run a total of 6 outputs, each with 4 universes of 170 RGB pixels. These are a BC-204 and smartshow NetWS-2040.

For UK Handstand Workshops & Special Events visit http://Circoplex.com

For Bristol Handstand Classes visit http://Circoplex.com/class

For more video tutorials visit http://www.Circoplex.tv