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Moving Light – Glow 2017

  Moving Light Glow 2017 Moving Light is the second iteration of the crowdflow research project at Glow. The main goal of the installation was to measure the influence of different light scenarios on the crowd flow. In cooperation with Philips Lighting, the Intelligent Lighting Institute, the Crowdflow Research group and others we conducted an never before seen research with over 500.000 unique participants. Studio Lucifer supported this research in the implementation and design of the research setup. Among other things we made sensor placement calculations, technical drawings and a 3D model of the full installation. Because the visitors of the Glow festival demand more than a simple research Studio Lucifer was also tasked with creating an art installation that would be part of the Moving Light installation. Together with Timo Lejeune, Sara Schippers and Matthijs Hoekstra we designed an interactive experience that would engage (and distract) the visitors of Glow.   Interactive Installation The installation lets the visitors move light in a dynamic and playful way. The shape of the interactive experience is inspired by the form of a tesseract or hypercube. A hypercube is a hypothetical concept of another spatial dimension, which in this installation is made dynamic […]
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Horizon

Horizon Horizon is a personal desk light that lets you effortlessly control the intensity, colour temperature and location of the light in a single action. It brings a larger range of lighting possibilities that do not rely on clumsy apps or presets. It emits high quality lighting (CRI 90>, 3000> Lumen, 3500k-6500k) and allows the user to create the lighting situation that feels right. Through an innovative and elegant interaction the user has full control over the light. The intensity and colour temperature can be controlled through touch sliders on top of the panel. The physical orientation of the product is easily adjusted due to the swivel head and balanced arm. Everything is designed with simplicity in mind and allows for mastery through experience. {{thumb120}} {{thumb120}} {{thumb120}} {{thumb120}} {{thumb120}}   Specifications Dimensions: 1000mm x 250mm x 20mm (panel) Material: Aluminium frame Operating Voltage: 24V Lumen Output: >3000 Lumen Colour Temperature Range: 3500K - 6500K Colour Rendering Index: >90 RA Contact us for more information.
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Life and the Electric Car

 

Life and the Electric Car

Comparing the ignition sequences of a Tesla Model S to that of the Austin Healey 3000 Mark III is maybe not something you do everyday but for Bert Maas it is a prime example of the lack of emotion in the contemporary electric car. With his research he tries to navigate us to our future as drivers, whether you love the roar of a large V8 engine or enjoy the subtlety of the electric car.

 

In collaboration with

Sander Schutjes Zhixiong Lu

 

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