…The sublime facility LivingSculpture 3D Module System was designed by Christopher Bauder of Whitevoid. He again demonstrate the versatility and potential of lights OLED . Constructed from a number of base panels that can be attached to the ceiling, this modular system allows designers to choose a shape that suits them in three dimensions.
The user can choose the composition of the sculpture itself through online configurator, making each unique installation. The number of screens available, their height, the combinations are endless. Light animations can then be controlled by an iPad app.
This is the light emitted by the OLED panel Lumiblade Philips, with a thickness of 1.8 mm, which are the light source of the interactive facility. As reported on our visit BLACKBODY , we find here the characteristics of the OLED light – which glows a pleasant light and glare, unmatched quality compared to other lamps or systems…. (NOTE: apologies for Google Translate!)
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