In today's day and age, a Picasso may not cut it for tech savvy individuals, but the Aurora LED Wall may make an appealing alternative for those in need of a little more in their home than the blinking lights on their computers. It is piece of wall art made up of a grid of 544 RGB LEDs attached to a wooden board. Controlled by an iPad, they are capable of about 16 million colors.
Conceived by Greg Friedland when he wanted to fill an empty 6' by 12' wall in his home, the Aurora LED Wall embraces a digital aesthetic--albeit in a very beautiful manner. Completely customizable, the Aurora LED Wall is playfully interactive and even responds to music.