Light

Temporal Light

Sep 14, 2007No Comments

Electroluminescent wall tiles Rachel Wingfield’s Temporal Light is a tiling system designed to illuminate public and private spaces. The system utilizes knitted electroluminescent wire cast

Split Block

May 13, 2007No Comments

Sculptural unfolding light The Split Block represents the exploration of transformation and reconfigurability with a light sculpture. At first glance, it appears to be a

MesoOptics

Apr 27, 2007No Comments

Light diffusion and control technology MesoOptics technology offers an innovative way to purify and control light with exceptional energy efficiency. MesoOptics material is produced using

Tiled Wall

Sep 14, 2006No Comments

Interactive ceramic light wall Made of ceramic tiles projecting from an illuminated background, Rogier Sterk’s Tiled Wall offers users an opportunity to play with light.

Intelliwhite

Sep 02, 2006No Comments

Intelligent solid-state LED lighting system Intelliwhite is an intelligent solid-state lighting system that features variable color temperature and can produce cool to warm gradients of

Elumin8

Aug 10, 2006No Comments

Electroluminescent lamps Elumin8 technology consists of applying electricity to copper dipped in zinc sulfate ink, which then emits light. This is applied using a silkscreen

Parans

Jun 05, 2006No Comments

Sunlight transporting system Parans Daylight AB has developed a sunlight transmission system for buildings that consists of three parts: the light-collecting panel, SkyPort; the light

Lightfader

Jun 01, 2006No Comments

Interactive light floor When a pedestrian walks across Rogier Sterk’s interactive light floor, his or her weight displaces fluid contained within the panel system, leaving

Interactive Fuzzy Light Wall

May 09, 2006No Comments

Interactive textile sensor wall panel International Fashion Machines (IFM) provides private research and consulting in electronic textiles to a variety of clients, industries, and the

spOre

Apr 08, 2006No Comments

LED illuminated push button Tom Gordon and Ted Pierson designed the spOre buttons for their own homes, intending to make a positive first impression on