Composed from a 1.1 meter diameter balloon, ‘fluff’, the interactive lighting system by japanese design studio tangent is a floating luminous body that creates dramatic spatial environments. the installation changes the color and rhythm of its light according to sound and video screens. With the concept, the lucent bodies lift from the walls like floating particles of air, emitting an illuminating presence from inside the space. The surroundings are filled with light instead of rather than being lit up from the surface – achieving a new experience that immerses the user into visual choreography.
Internal LED react to music and video internally, creating glowing orbs that seem to dance to the music around them:
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