Public Art

Featured Past Projects

Interphase Interactive Installation

Original interactive light sculpture for Breckenridge’s Wave & Light Festival. Audiopixel collaboration with Denver based developer Cacheflowe.


Paseo Art Festival Installation

We setup a brand new Lumenscape installation at the Paseo outdoor art festival!

Two interactive podiums provided a interface for participants to interact with a huge field of lights!

Video coming soon.

Dragomi Art Car Updates

We’ve updated the lighting system on the Dragomi with over 15,000 individually controllable and pixel-mapped LEDs!
The origami dragon mutant vehicle has been busy at multiple festivals (Arise, Apogaea, Northern Nights, and i3Art Festival).
Burning Man this year was extra special where we teamed up with Studio Drift, programmers of this years drone show!

More details at

Lumenscape at the Denver Botanic Gardens

11/25/16 – 1/1/17


Denver Botanic Gardens

Sound-Reactive 3D LED installation

We are excited to be announcing a massive interactive 3D LED installation at the beautiful Denver Botanic Gardens!
Featured as the largest interactive light installation ever displayed at the prestigious annual Blossoms of Light.

100% driven by our software, no other software or media servers.

By the numbers:
(3) Miles of data and power cabling.
(448) 1 Meter long strips containing 32 RGB LED Pixels [28×16 grid].
(14,336) Total RGB LEDs.
(27,270) Square footage of LED grid [135’x202′].

Denver Botanic Gardens Blossoms Of Light Lumenscape Audiopixel

audiopixel lumenscape 3d led mapping



Drone footage and imagery courtesy of Denver Botanical Gardens, Scott Dressel-Martin.

Dallas Aurora


Featured at the worlds largest city-sponsored interactive art exhibit.

The Aurora Project is a free contemporary art exhibition centered in the rapidly developing Dallas Arts District. The project presents interactive new media artworks such as light, video, performance, and sound in exciting and unexpected public spaces. The Aurora Project offers a valuable opportunity for collaboration between hundreds of local, national, and international artists, for an inclusive artistic experience and community engagement.

Aaron Wilson of AudioPixel presented ‘Arbor Borealis’, a three-dimensional grid of RGB LED spheres that presents an ever changing myriad of generative 3D graphics driven by environmental and user audio input. Patrons walked on the reflecting pool and seemed to take pleasure snapping pictures and exploring the spaces inside the piece.

What the press says:
Featured video on Art and Seek blog
Dallas Morning News






The Jelly Artcar

“The upside-down jellyfish”
Thank you to everyone that helped us make it 6 solid years on the Playa!



jelly with flame