Employee CultureDare to be different

Elemental LED has a quarterly DIY competition that offers a variant look into who we are and how we think. We get excited about sharing our creativity and expressing our individuality. Check out some of our most exciting creations!

Employee Culture

  • JB's Jammin' Atari Ipod Dock with Color-Changing LEDs

    Elemental LED Product Coordinator JB Lowe created this most amazing Ipod dock that syncs color-changing LED lights to music. And the best part is he made it out of an old Atari game console. Check out this Jammin' ipod dock in action: Here's what JB said about how he made it: "...

  • Battery-Powered Color-Changing LED Skateboard Lights

    Customer Service Representative Dan Kidd installed battery-powered LED lights on his skateboard as his December Employee DIY project. The 3 feet of RGB LED Strip Light are powered by a compact, lightweight battery and it only took him a couple of hours to install. And the whole rig is controlle...

  • Corey's Halloween Scary House LED light project

    Our Customer Service Supervisor Corey Whitfield turned in an LED-lit Halloween "Scary House" as his December 2011 Employee DIY project. The installation had some of the trick-or-treaters in his neighborhood running scared--literally! The whole installation took him just four hours, and provide...

  • Tara Upcycles Old Lamp with Film Negatives and LED Strip Lights

    After finding a lamp from a second hand store and always wanting to make use of her boxes of old film negatives, Customer Service Representative Tara Bowerman decided to combine the two and create an up-cycled lamp that would be unique for her living room. In her own words, Tara describes her mak...

  • Safe Night Riding Made Easy with Bike Lights using our LED strip light

    Customer Service Supervisor, Corey Whitfield, was biking home from work one evening when he was stopped by the local police for not having the proper lighting. Luckily, Corey got off from a warning because after telling the officer he works here at Elemental LED and can set something up the next ...

  • Side View LED Strip Light Refurbishes Retro Miller Sign

    One man's trash is another man's treasure, as Tim Wells our Project Manager learned one day walking into an antique store after a hearty meal with his girlfriend. With a brush of fresh paint and new lights, Tim turned this old Miller sign into new retro decor. Read on for his making of process:...

  • LED strip lights bring Gundam Virtue model to life

    Our Customer Service Representative James Chau is a big anime fan. He has been watching "Mobile Suit Gundam 00" ever since its debut in America on the SyFy Channel. It has always been a childhood dream of James to elevate the art of Gunpla, also known as the practice of making Gundam models....

  • RGB LED adorned Midi Controller

    Dan Casey, awesome Elemental LED Customer Service Representative by day and musician (Yalls) by night, modified his Akai APC20 Midi Controller by adding a harness to hold a High Power LED RF Color Controller. He connected 8" strips around the APC to cast light while playing music. Chec...

  • Boulder Shot: An LED Mini Bocci-Croquet-Golf Game Extravaganza

    Bret Rood and Michael Goodman teamed up for our September Employee DIY project contest to create this game for all ages. Below, Michael describes the amalgamation of their ideas to produce their game. Bret and myself (Michael) love creating games. We have worked on card games and boar...

  • LED Lights at Burning Man #3: Elemental LED Art Projects

    JoeJoe Martin, Elemental LED’s lead engineer, contributed his incredible talents (and some of Elemental LED's LED lights) to a few projects at Burning Man this year. Here’s a look at what he worked on. The Otic Oasis Burning Man, some might say, is an experiment in maximalism—...

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