Audiolux Devices has designed and built sound-reactive LED systems and products for some of the biggest names in the entertainment industry and was founded by Deaf musician and visionary artist Myles de Bastion.
Myles de Bastion is a User Interaction & Product Designer, Artistic Director, Musician and Creative-altruist who develops technology and art installations that enables sound to be experienced as light and vibration. His work has appeared in the Oregon Museum of Science & Industry, Portland Art Museum and on the Jimmy Kimmel Live! Show. He has built large scale installations for music festivals and Grammy-award winning jazz artist Esperanza Spalding.http://myles.debastion.com
Myles has gathered a team of entrepreneurial Deaf and hearing engineers, to design the most responsive sound visualization system that accurately portrays rhythm, tone, and dynamics in the form of light. You can learn more about Myles in this video interview with Great Big Story.
Audiolux Devices is a Deaf owned business and an extremely important valuable part of the enterprise is hiring and training members of the Deaf & Hard-of-Hearing community. Furthering this goal, Audiolux Devices has partnered with CymaSpace, a non-profit that facilitates arts and cultural events inclusive of the Deaf & Hard-of-Hearing (DHH). Audiolux Devices helps to create lighting fixtures and LED controllers specifically designed to enhance the experience of the DHH at events with a visual portrayal of sound.
Originally from Oklahoma, Taylor moved out west to complete his Masters degree in Geography, with an emphasis on GIS mapping. he enjoys hands on work. In his spare time, Taylor likes to tinker with electronics, such as building computers, repairing Polaroid and manual cameras
John maintains the Audiolux Devices website and helps manage our online presence and marketing efforts. He is a passionate web developer, blogger and musician currently living in the Pacific Northwest.http://www.joaochao.com
Nick Tzaperas is a developer and builder. He writes code to analyze the world and simulate natural processes and combines it with structures of metal, glass, plastic, and wood to build interactive installations that make people move and feel.http://process.life/
At a young age, Tim fell in love with building and constructing things, creating circuits that buzzed or flashed was one of Tim's favorite things to do. As time went by, he started exploring more advanced electronics and programming. Tim was hired to help create cymatic light shows at a non profit that specializes in sound-reactive technologies where he helped start Audiolux devices by helping them design their products.
As a member of the Audiolux team Eric manages the workshop and lends his skills to the prototyping, fabrication, and assembly to a variety of projects. In his spare time Eric is a musician, visual artist, and lighting technician for Pigs on the Wing, a Portland-based Pink Floyd tribute.http://www.pig-wing.com
From Legos and Erector Sets as a little kid, to designing for startups and managing multi-million dollar R&D labs at fortune 500 companies, Michael has always enjoyed building things. Michael was raised in the suburbs of Portland, Oregon, and attended Oregon State University before moving back to engage in the up-and-coming Portland startup scene. When Michael isn’t working on the next great Audiolux Device, he enjoys flying model aircraft, cooking, and dark stouts.
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