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Made with corrugated plastic sheets, fishing line, led strips and led bars. 8 led bars light the back layer and led strips on the smaller squares light the middle layer.

I designed this in Sketchup to have a parallax effect so that the design looks different depending on what angle you’re looking at it from.

I cut the 4’x8′ corrugated sheets in half for the larger squares and in quarters for the small squares. I hung the back layer of squares based on measurements, then just eyed the next layer on top of that.

Once I hung the second layer things got pretty crazy…

to stabilize everything I got the corner of the bottom squares so that it could be folded back and taped to the stage as an anchor. I tied the corners of the upper squares to the anchor which lept them all straight.

  I used PVC pipe to run the wire and hold the small squares with led strips attached to them.

I didn’t want to have to solder the corners together or spend money on corner clips, so I just bent the corners out.

I had to put another small square on top of the small squares with the sandwiched side painted black to stop light from bleeding through the front.

I used three 24 channel dmx decoders so that each of the small squares was individually controllable, and QLC+ to set them up as an led array and drive the animations.



48″ x 96″ White Corrugated Plastic Sheets

Fishing Line

PVC Pipe

LED Strips

3 x DMX Decoders

3 x Power Supply – eTopxizu 12v 30a


8 x Chauvet COLORrails

Let me know what you think, or if you need help below. Also, check out my tutorial on setting up an LED Matrix with QLC+!

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Austin Thomas

Austin Thomas

Austin has been doing audiovisual work in churches for well over 10 years. He is experienced in all aspects of production, from live events to producing engaging content. You can see some of his work at austinparrishthomas.com

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