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May 12, 2015 AT 1:00 am

Kinetic light system chandelier #ArtTuesday

Very cool project! Read more here.

You could find that magiс chandelier in the new multipurpose entertainment center “Leningrad Center”. The kinetic chandelier consists of 1089 (33 х 33) LEDs able to change their color and position in space. The chandelier moves under a given scenario that is controlled by the special software. So each performance has its own dynamics and chandelier color. First it may look like a jellyfish and seem to be flowing. The next minute it may turn into a geometric figure with sharp movements. As a part of the international team they worked for almost 3 weeks at the height of 10 meters.
The project was made in collaboration between Ascreen Group Company, Timeline and Atlantic Star.

Read more.


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