The Photon Shower is a light therapy booth designed as a concept product for Delta at TED 2013 in long beach, CA. I’ve been working as creative director for Nexus Interactive Arts which has been commissioned by Wieden & Kennedy New York to design and built Delta’s Photon Shower.
The Photon Shower is meant to help people manage their jet lag by immersing them into a small booth filled with animated blue light.
Visitors can input their destination and the origin of their departure and the date at which they will be travelling. Based on these inputs a ‘tailored’ therapy will be generated. Once this information entered, the visitors steps in the booth and experiences a light based animation synched with a voiceover that will change and adapt accordingly.
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