A new, public light-art installation just went up in Miami, Florida that uses infrared cameras to capture the moving images of commuters and translates that image into abstract, pixilated blocks of color and light. Columns filled with LED nodes are placed throughout the MetroRail hub of the Stephen Clark Government Center Lobby that encourage people to step right up and see their real-time…
We're in Miami this week to report on Art Basel! While here, we were able to attend a few different press preview events including Design Miami and Art Miami. Easily one of the highlights of Design Miami was seeing this incredible exhibit put on by their exclusive car sponsor, Audi.
Audi teamed up with Danish architect Bjarke Ingels to bring a "digital street" to life. Called…Continue
Added by alice on November 30, 2011 at 7:00am — No Comments
Bronze Award: The 22nd Koizumi International Lighting Design Competition for Students
Designer: Keita Ogawa
"I’ve had a bitter experience with a 200-watt bulb and here’s my story: when I dunked my phone accidentally into a mug of water, like a bright person I decided to evaporate the excess moisture by placing the phone under my table lamp. The 200-watt heat melted & disfigured the plastic interface and now…
Added by Visnja V on June 15, 2010 at 11:00am — No Comments
What a smart idea to transform the sky with flying RGB-LED dots into a huge 3 dimensional display. To realize this idea the guys from ARES Lab are up to build micro helicopters mounted on these display dots. For a better explanation of the idea please take a look at video or visit the Flyfire homepage.