Your display tells a story with lights and music. Take it to the next level by adding singing and talking characters as accent pieces. Meet the Light-O-Rama’s singing Christmas trees.
Four different characters you can use together or mix and match as you see fit.
Each singing face is on a sheet of outdoor rated, UV stabilized, black plastic that is 42 inches square. A singing character has eight circuits of RGB control: body outline, hat (star or bow in these cases), two eye movements and four mouth movements.
- character outline
- star/bow on top
- eyes closed
- eyes open
- mouth closed
- mouth half open
- mouth full open
- mouth in ‘oh’ position
RGB pixels are used so a circuit can be any color making it useful when expressing moods during a song. The lips might change colors or the eyes could flash from blue to red when appropriate.
Look at the characters closely. Click an image for the easier-to-see version.
Each character uses 190-200 smart pixels based on two 100 pixel strings. Pixel spacing is 1-2″ depending on location. Here’s an example of just a few mounted pixels on the 42″ square black plastic sheet. The pixels are not lit:
Controlling each character is an outdoor rated, weatherproof Pixie2 controller with built-in power supply. Just connect the Pixie2 to a standard Light-O-Rama data network, tweak your musical sequences to add these talking/singing characters and you’re good to go.