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‘LightBattle’ by VENIVIDIMULTIPLEX

‘LightBattle’ by VENIVIDIMULTIPLEX

"The installation consists of a lightweight arch that elegantly spans over a pathway or even a river. Attached to the arch are nearly five thousand LED lights that are individually triggered by state-of-the-art computer systems. Underneath both sides of the arch stand...

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‘River’ by Iregular

‘River’ by Iregular

"Iregular proposed RIVER, an installation inspired by the horizontal shape of the canvas provided, adopting an organic form alluding to a water stream. It is created using a 11mx2m LED mesh sculpture and a software infinitely producing generative content. Visible from...

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‘Delta’ by 1024 Architecture

‘Delta’ by 1024 Architecture

"Place Auguste Baron, at Porte de la Villette, the incessant ballet of traffic and noise pollution questions the position of pedestrians within public space. Delta, a digital zebra suspended beneath the ring road, comprises two slender sculptures in wood, metal, and...

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‘Zhuhai Love Post Office’ by Digital Fun

‘Zhuhai Love Post Office’ by Digital Fun

"Love Post Office has been always the symbol of Zhuhai, Guangzhou Province, P.R. China. Giant Wood Agency approached Digital FUN to change the traditional Post Office into a visual nighttime destination. They wanted an interactive solution for presenting multiple...

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‘LUMES Holt Street’ by ENESS

‘LUMES Holt Street’ by ENESS

"LUMES at Holt Street is an early experiment in light art and its effect on wellbeing in workplace design. The content in this location was created to be in sync with the circadian rhythms of employees. In the morning, when energies are low but productivity and...

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‘NOMA Earth Tubes’ by Light4

‘NOMA Earth Tubes’ by Light4

"The 3 kinnect cameras linked to over 28,000 addressable LEDs via the traxon control equipment, allows for a multiude of movement driven animations and effects.  Alongside this are pre-programmed animations such as sunrise and sunset effects, a sound to light waveform...

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‘Samuel De Champlain Bridge’ by HLB Lighting

‘Samuel De Champlain Bridge’ by HLB Lighting

"Working closely with the engineering team for over five years, HLB’s designers developed the complex lighting system that carries the dynamic movement of light along the structure’s entire three-mile length and up the inner faces of the cable stay tower. Combined,...

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Episode 020: Luke Taylor

Episode 020: Luke Taylor

Welcome back to the Luminous Arts!  This time I’m talking to my friend Luke Taylor from all the way over in Australia.  He’s the lead engineer for Advatek, the company that makes the Pixlite line of LED controllers.  We’ve been using his hardware for years, giving...

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Our latest project, Deviant Art Tables

Our latest project, Deviant Art Tables

In early 2021 we delivered a set of LED conference tables to the offices of Deviant Art and Wix.com in Los Angeles.  A little bit of a throwback to the early 2000, the low-resolution diffused displays are perfect for showing off company logos, simple patterns, or the...

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‘Lightweave’ by SOFTLab

‘Lightweave’ by SOFTLab

"Lightweave is a pair of interactive archway structures that frame two new walkways on the main pedestrian thoroughfare known as the “Paseo” at the heart of Downtown Doral.  The project was commissioned as part of the planning for a mixed town center in Miami...

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Episode 019: Shlomo Zippel

Episode 019: Shlomo Zippel

Welcome back my artist people!  In this episode I’m talking with Shlomo Zippel, a developer turned light artist based out of the Bay Area.  We’ve kind of been in each other’s orbits for years but we’d never actually met in person.  Recently I started dating a friend...

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Episode 018: Toshi Hoo

Episode 018: Toshi Hoo

Toshi and I have been friends for almost 20 years.  I met him on a beach in Cape Cod during a psytrance party.  He was an established VJ in the Boston scene and I was just trying to figure out how that whole world worked.  He brought me into the fold and taught me...

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