Wallpaper is boring, staid, annoying stuff; the visual look dates badly, it peels in inconvenient places and if you've ever spent any time with a wallpaper heat gun, you'll know how annoying it is to remove. This LED Wallpaper probably wouldn't take well to a steam gun, although it does have advantages when it comes to room illumination. It's the brainchild of German Ingo Maurer, and comes in rolls of 320 cm x 60 cm, with five pattern repeats. Each pattern consists of 48 white, 60 blue and 60 red LEDs.
LED Wallpaper Is Blinking Marvellous
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