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  1. SGM_Light

    P-5s rock the P6 BEAT show

    On January 6, the Danish popular radio P6 BEAT held its annual music event P6 BEAT Rocker Koncerthuset. For the fifth year in a row, the show hosted a variety of different established and upcoming artists from home and abroad. The overall lighting concept was based on the creation of a festival feeling inside DR Koncerthuset, which is a concert hall designed for classical music. For this concert, four stages were set up inside the 360° venue. Every stage performance had its own unique expression. The show was an ongoing concert, where each band played three to four songs, until the hosts led the audience's attention to a new stage with the artist next in line. Lighting designer/operator, Sune Verdier, elaborated: "Because of the fact that the mounting opportunities were very limited, we had a general festival-like lighting rig with an even distribution of wash og spot moving heads. On the floor we had 20 pcs. of SGM P-5 wash lights as a border around the stages. To create this border and a backdrop for the audience and the tv camera, we used the P-5s to light the artists up close. The rectangular shape of the fixture gave a geometrical finish to the edge of the stage, which provided a sharp look for the otherwise small stages." For the installation, Sune Verdier needed both a good wash and strobe light that could also function as a backdrop for the artist. He found all these features combined in the P-5. He highlighted the high power level and strong saturated colors as the main advantages of the compact LED wash light. Furthermore, he added: "Whenever I can, I tend to use the P-5 as it’s a very good static wash light, which is also very versatile due to its outdoor capability being IP65-rated." Supplier: Litecom A/S Lighting Designers: Sune Verdier/Jacob Møller Operator: Sune Verdier Project Manager: Jacob Møller Applied products: P-5 Original: sgmlight
  2. A new five-metre high interactive installation responds to the built environment of the Victoria Cross intersection in North Sydney and will be a great selfie spot. The sculptural form, angles of incidence, is composed of differently angled planes of a reflective, interactive, safety glass referencing the multiplicity of reflections on a faceted surface. Says Davis: “The dialogue between the sculpture and its surroundings is a metaphor for the ‘interactions’ that have happened on this site from its pre-colonial past to the commercial and entertainment precinct it is now.” By night, it changes from a reflective form into a glowing icon, a marker point, a location finder, an announcement. A blue LED light source creates a glowing icon of extraordinary visual beauty. Blue is the colour of calm and of infinity, a reference to the past, present and future importance of this site as a place of social and physical intersection/convergence. Orijinal: illumni
  3. Pixel Avenue est un écran géant pixelisé qui forme un « ciel lumineux » sur la sous-face de l’ouvrage permettant de rompre avec l’effet d’enfermement existant dans ce passage. Cette installation lumineuse met en évidence les mouvements dynamiques qui traversent le site : piétons, cyclistes, trafic automobile et le cycle jour/nuit. À partir de capteurs de mouvements et de vibrations, l’artiste crée des variations symptomatiques de l’activité du quartier. Les différents scénarios lumière, couleurs, formes et rythmes lumineux sont en interaction directe avec la vie du site. Pixel Avenue se veut être l’œuvre symbole d’une région, Plaine Commune, innovante, ouverte et créative. Pixel Avenue met en lumière les flux dynamiques traversant le lieu. Très perceptibles lorsqu’on traverse le tunnel, les vibrations de l’autoroute diminuent ou s’intensifient au passage des voitures et des camions. De même, le flux de piétons amenés à emprunter cet axe de transition vers le Stade de France, évolue tout au long de la journée selon des temporalités bien définies (horaires de bureau, évènements sportifs…). Ces variations sont révélatrices de l’activité du quartier. Elles sont par ailleurs facilement mesurables en temps réel à l’aide de capteurs de mouvement et de vibration. Ce sont pour nous autant de données qui permettent de “prendre le pouls” de l’activité du quartier à un moment donné de la journée. Pixel Avenue intègre ainsi ces paramètres dans la programmation des animations lumineuses afin de créer une interaction entre les usagers et l’espace. L’installation fonctionne alors comme une véritable entité vivante dont le comportement serait la traduction de son environnement direct. L’éventail de possibilités qu’offre le dispositif dans la programmation des animations lumineuses et la prise en compte des données extérieures, élabore un langage visuel sophistiqué, capable de hiérarchiser certaines priorités, de prendre des décisions, des initiatives, d’éveiller la curiosité ou de susciter la surprise. Parfaitement autonome, l’installation génère ses propres scénarios de comportement, si bien qu’elle n’est jamais exactement la même selon les différents moments de la journée et de la semaine ou encore des saisons. Face au spectre de possibilités que permet la programmation d’animations lumineuses, les paramètres extérieurs qui influencent le comportement de l’installation sont les suivants: Flux de piétons et de vélos: des capteurs infrarouge PIR sur les poutres en plusieurs endroits du tunnel calculent en temps réel le nombre approximatif de personnes se trouvant sous le pont au même moment et sur la voie piétonne prenant en compte la direction des piétons et leur vitesse moyenne. Trafic sur l’autoroute: L’intensité du trafic sur l’autoroute est également pris en compte grâce à des micro fixés à plusieurs endroits du plafond de l’édifice. Les exemples d’installations interactives monumentales sont aujourd’hui rares dans l’espace public. Digitalarti est fier de prendre part à ce projet pérenne, symbole d’un environnement urbain ouvert, créatif, et porteur de sens pour le territoire. Installation électronique interactive de Fred Sapey-Triomphe Saint-Denis, 2016 Une commande de Plaine Commune, Territoire de la culture et de la création, et du Stade de France, en partenariat avec la ville de Saint-Denis. Source: digitalarti
  4. Geçen zamanlarda ki araştırmaların sonuçlarına göre UVA büyük çaplı aydınlatmaları kullanarak ışığın ve boşluğun algısını değiştirebildiğini fark etmiştir. Fiziksel mekan içinde kesişen zaman beklenti ve farkındalık arasındaki ilişkiyi ortaya mekansal bir enstrüman olarak ortaya koymaktadır. Avustralya hobart karanlık mofo sanat etkinliği kapsamında sunulan bu bilgiler bir salıncakta sabit hızda sallanan bir sarkaç gibi betimlenmiştir. Bu fiziksel genişlik içinde, cihazlar tek bir zaman ölçümü uygulanarak doğa kanunları tarafından engelsiz görünmektedir. Ziyaretçiler UVA’ın sistemine çoklu-duyumsal sistemine girip kendilerini ışık ve ses ortamına dalmış bulabilirler. Sarkaçlar bir salıncak gibi her biri kendi ritmini dalgalı ışık yolunu izler ve ses neredeyse somut zamanın akışıyla yankılanır. Kaynak: lightworld
  5. 2017 will mark the 50th anniversary of The Summer of Love. To celebrate, Illuminate founder and CEO Ben Davis wants to transform Market Street into a rainbow of multicolored lights from Embarcadero to Van Ness. From the same non-profit that brought us the Bay Lights, the new LED project, Lightrail, will consist of a two-mile long stretch of luminous cables that will run 18 feet above the street, reflecting the real-time movement of BART and Muni trains in the subway tunnels below ground. Strips of LEDs would extend from existing utility poles up the length of Market Street from the Embarcadero to the Castro, showing swiftly moving flashes of color each time a BART or Muni train exited a station underneath the street, with different colors indicating the different lines. The installation has already been approved to last for four years, with a proposed budget of $12 million. Illuminate hopes to raise at least $10 million in private philanthropy, much the same way they raised funds, twice, to install and then re-install the Bay Lights. "Once we've collected all the money, it would take six months to built the Lightrail" added Davis. Georges Zisiadis and Stefano Corazza are the local artists behind the installation. Davis met Zisiadis after a celebration for the Bay Lights and was amazed by the idea of LightRail. "This is as important as Bay Lights or maybe more important," said Davis at an event last week. "We want this to be a provocation to people to continue down Market Street." With Lightrail, Illuminate also plans to retrofit the historic Path of Gold streetlights, from the Ferry Building to the rainbow flag in the Castro, with new energy-efficient LED bulbs that will cut energy use by 80%. // To know more about Lightrail and ask for a private demo visit illuminate.org or lightrail.org
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