DRXYA robot is calibrated to change its color and position based on the actions of a user scanned with a Kinect sensor. The on-screen Processing visualization relays the information (a series of commands and coordinates) via serial communication to the Arduino, which in turn activates both the lighting sequence of the addressable LED strips and the movement of the stepper motors in X and Y directions. With the presence of a user within 1.5m from the facade, the color of the central ring changes from a rainbow display to blue. When the user’s hand is raised, the color of the inner ring changes to an animated purple sequence. During this phase, the user is able to control the position of the ring in X and Y through the translation of the Processing sketch’s Cartesian coordinates to that of the built facade. This vertical CNC device has implications in responsive facades, interior partition light systems, 3D mapping, and visual communications. This prototype has been realized in collaboration with Ramin Shambayati, Robert McKaye and Christoffer Ryan Chua.