Posted On May 27, 2013 By In Featured, Tech News, Tech Videos With 2392 Views

Monkey Light Pro Allows you to Display Semi-transparent Images on Your Bike Wheel

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Monkey Light Pro

Looking for fun on your bike, especially at night? Then Monkey Light Pro might just be the thing you need.

The Monkey Light Pro comes to you from the folks at Monkeylectric, a Northern California company, which delivering the next generation LEDs lighting for your bike.

According to the company’s website:

The Monkey Light Pro allows you to display stunning semi-transparent images and animations within a bicycle wheel. The display fills the bicycle wheel at speeds above 10mph (15 km/h). The images and animations are stabilized and visible from both sides of the wheel. The Monkey Light Pro is waterproof and durable, and is designed for use on city streets. Crank your bike up to eleven.

Download images and animations to your Monkey Light Pro and display them while you ride. With our web-based software you can create your own playlist or choose from our collection of custom artwork. Over 10 artists have contributed work designed specifically for the Monkey Light Pro.

Get your message out or just have fun – the Monkey Light Pro is a unique product for unique people. For application developers our software and control API is available with an open-source license.


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The Monkey Light Pro is available now, only on Kickstarter. 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.



  • Create your own playlists of images and animations
  • Download your own graphics or choose from our curated collection
  • Bluetooth wireless download and control
  • Full color circular display, 70 pixel diameter
  • Double sided, wide angle visibility
  • Sensor stabilized full wheel display (10-40 mph / 15-65 km/h)
  • Completely contained within a bike wheel
  • Designed for all weather use on city streets
  • Visible – Evening, overcast and indoors. Not visible in direct sunlight
  • Pre-loaded artwork by: David Ope (David Szakaly), Yoshi Sodeoka, Shelley Eshkar, Devon Penney, Kevin Kunzman, Natalie Walsh, Katya Popova, Noah Vawter, Dan Goldwater, Laurent Rains
  • Made in California USA

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Storm is a technology enthusiast, who resides in the UK. He enjoys reading and writing about technology.

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