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Digital Dawn

Nov 27, 2007No Comments

Electroluminescent window covering Designed by Rachel Wingfield, Digital Dawn is a textile that responds to environmental stimuli. Digital Dawn functions as a traditional window blind

Kinetic Glass

Nov 07, 2007No Comments

Morphing transparent surface Developed by Soo-in Yang and David Benjamin, Kinetic Glass is a responsive surface that reacts to environmental conditions and changes shape via

Aegis Hyposurface

Sep 22, 2007No Comments

Environmentally-responsive architectural surface Designed by Mark Goulthorpe of dECOi Architects, the Aegis project consists of an interactive mechanical surface that deforms in real-time based on

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

YUM!

Jul 29, 2007No Comments

Scratch-and-sniff wallpaper Developed by Alex Schweder and Dieter Janssen and manufactured by the Stinehour Press, YUM! is a scratch-and-sniff wallpaper that smells faintly of fresh

Living Surfaces

Jun 28, 2007No Comments

Liquid-infused tables, surfaces, and floor tiles With the aim of developing interactive environments, Gianfranco Barban and Gregg Brodarick of B.lab have created a series of

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

UV/FX

Apr 19, 2007No Comments

Ultraviolet light-activated scenery UV/FX Scenic Productions has developed a process for intermixing fluorescent paints to achieve a wide spectrum of colors when exposed to ultraviolet

Luna

Feb 01, 2007No Comments

Phosphorescent cast glass Luna is a unique cast glass building material that contains a phosphorescent chemical, absorbing light during the day and glowing for hours

Give Back Curtain

Dec 04, 2006No Comments

Fabric woven with luminous phosphors “The Give Back Curtain is part of a series of techno-fabric designs that rethink the traditional and modern applications of