Our good friends over at Fiberflies have created the next generation of fiber optic whips, the PixelWhip. PixelWhips create a multi-dimensional light show, sensually snaking and dancing across your body while simultaneously enveloping you in a cloud of playful pixie points of bright colorful light. The images and video only show what these look like, to truly experience the wonder of PixelWhips, you really need to FEEL them on your skin.
Create swirling helixes of pure galactic magic with 17 color modes. The fibers are designer cut to a variety of assorted lengths, causing a fluid swarm of lights along the entire length. Fibers are slick and can be intertwined and easily pulled apart with minimal snags. PixelWhip will remember the most recent color mode after being turned off.
- Rainbow fade crossfades primary AND secondary colors, eg R Y G C B M ... repeat
- crisper RGB white
- pure white
- white/blue crossfade
- blue/cyan crossfade
- cyan/green crossfade
- green/yellow crossfade
- yellow/red crossfade
- red/magenta crossfade
- magenta/blue crossfade
- Solid colors hard cut (displays a solid color for 1 measure at 140BPM, then changes to the next solid color)
Fiber-optic Head Piece
The detachable fiberhead has a rounded bend guard that keeps your fibers resilient, and makes it easy to remove your fiber bundle for storage or to toss in your bag on the go. It is fitted with a precision radial bearing enabling smooth unhindered 360 degree rotational motion of the fibers, making all your moves flow smoother. The overall length is about 6 feet long, from handle to tip of the longest fiber.
The PixelWhip can use either a 18650 Li-ion battery or 3 AAA batteries. You have both options for using your whip. NOTE: the pixel whip does NOT come with a 18650 Li-ion battery, this would need to be purchased seperately. PixelWhips don’t dim over the life of the batteries. However you’ll know when the batteries get too low, because PixelWhips will start blinking and mutating the standard color modes in hypnotic ways. It’s a neat way to know when it’s time to change the batteries, or maybe just keep playing for awhile longer.