Many will remember Lite-Brite, the 1967 toy that allowed users to create colourful designs from small plastic pegs plugged into a template attached to a simple light box. LiteZilla takes the concept of Lite-Brite up about a dozen notches through large “canvases” comprised of glowing back-lit pegs and interactive surfaces designed to brighten large spaces and encourage interaction.
Available in table-top, free-standing, and wall mounted designs, LiteZilla, out of Milwaukee, Wisconsin, makes for a captivating installation in any space. One look at their website will have visitors looking around their own environment for an empty wall and into their bank accounts for extra dollars.
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