The Monkey Light Pro creates stunning hologram-like images and animations within a bicycle wheel. Once you're rolling, the display fills the bike wheel and is visible from both sides. The Monkey Light Pro is waterproof and durable, and is designed for use on city streets. Crank your bike to eleven.
Monkey Light Pro is designed for professional use including marketing, advertising and artistic applications. It's the only system available that meets the needs of highly demanding professional users.
The Monkey Light Pro was successfully funded on Kickstarter. It's now in stock and available for anyone to purchase. Earlier prototypes of the Monkey Light Pro were custom made for exhibits and developers only - you may have seen one at Maker Faire, Siggraph, Dragon's Den, EuroBike, SXSW or at a museum.
Download images and animations to the Monkey Light Pro to create the appearance of a floating 3D wheel display as you ride. Use our Mac OSX or iOS applications to create a playlist with your own graphics, or choose from our collection of custom artwork. Then wirelessly send your playlist to the Monkey Light Pro.
Application developers are welcome. Our software and API are available with an open-source license. Make a moving installation with a bicycle, or use our POV360 Display for fixed installations.
To get you started we'll pre-load the Monkey Light Pro with an amazing image and animation collection for you to use. Over 10 artists have created artwork specially for the Monkey Light Pro. We're really excited to be able to give you a curated collection of work from David Ope, Yoshi Sodeoka, Devon Penney, Shelley Eshkar, Kevin Kunzman, Natalie Walsh, Katya Popova, Noah Vawter and more.
Application developers are welcome and encouraged. Our playlist, download and control software and API are available with an open-source license. Use Bluetooth wireless to download graphics and control the Monkey Light Pro. Make a moving installation with a bicycle, or use our POV360 powered display stand for fixed installations.
Many developers have already done amazing things with our prototypes: