For many years, transmitting information to a LED through a simple copper wire was possible in theory but impossible in practice. Kirill Pats, our Belarusian engineer, made this miracle possible and opened the door to a new universe. The world of LED technology changed forever from that moment.
The microchip programmed by Kirill allows energy and information to be transported at the same time through the thin copper cable. This has allowed us to create a system of volumetric layers of high density voxels thanks to the very small space that the strings occupy.
This made possible the construction of the first prototype of the Dragon by Danilo Grande in September 2016 with the help of his partner Benny Lai, CJ Lai, the provider of microchips, and Kirill Pats.
The software concept and first content was designed by Danilo Grande in 2016 and it was improved and optimized by François Hoertel in 2017. This team was responsible for the design and construction of the prototypes Dragon I, II and III. Finally Dragon O, the first version with organic system, was finished in December of 2018.