I think it has a lot of potential, if it becomes easier for the visitor to immediately understand what they can gain from being there. (Bear with me)
As a visitor, it would be enticing to see a recommendation:
'Why not add your pixel to the Flux, be part of ... etc..'
'Your pixel is your message, your image, your call to action, whatever you want it to be.'
Coming from the old Flash website days, I see the allure of creating a visual and audible visitor experience..
It loaded fine on my PC at home.
I would have the skip button a little bigger for people to see, unless you make it more obvious what they are waiting for.
You could also have a small audio monitor (like a moving bar chart) in a top corner to go along with the speaking/music, so that the visitor could adjust the volume or pause the audible experience, or change it. The more control you give people, the more they might revisit for fun.
Edit: I didn't notice the audio speaker at the bottom left. (A volume control would be nice, too. Or have the audio taper off instead of abruptly stop.)
(The dramatic audio reminds me of the old petskeleton flash website (which sadly isn't around anymore)).
I like the 3D man and I was interested to see that I could click and scroll to look around him. I was a little disappointed that when I first tried looking around him the animation took over control and continued on automatically. (That brightness part hopefully isn't subliminal messaging.)
You could also show a mouse scroll wheel, so that viewers realize that they can zoom in and out with the mouse, too.
Definitely refine this project. I'm very interested to see how it develops. Maybe have the music time out, change or lower the volume after a certain amount of loops or dependent on interaction. Seeing as you are into audio, you could also have some very nice complimentary sounds and other subtle effects upon different interactions, mouse clicks, swipes, etc..
Test the experience with non techie family members and friends and ask them to dictate their user experience as they see it for the first time.
If each pixel could have an address, so that users could email each other their pixel..
This has the potential to be very big. Some nice and hard work there. And some of the messages (pixels) left by people are powerful, too.
2 cents and Thumbs up.