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  1. KEVIN

    Tessellaser

    A scenographic light installation idea, compromising of RGB pixel battens and green matrix beam point lasers. Fully controlled by Resolume Arena's new dmx/artnet features. Source: rebeloverlay
  2. Greenhouse is an art project specially made for Amsterdam Light Festival 2016/ 2017. It is indeed a greenhouse, but fitted with uranium glass. this material has the quality of being transparent in normal light, but when hit by uv light it starts to beam radiant green light of its own. The artwork was made by Dutch artist Victor Engbers, together with SIO2glas and Hotmarks. Source: victorengbers.nl
  3. Jason Bruges Studio were commissioned by GLComm to design and build a multi-sensory experience for LG Electronics that was a living, breathing representation of the new LG SIGNATURE range. This took place from the 1st September at IFA 2016 in Berlin. Drawing on the experience of blending architecture with interaction design, we carefully crafted a multisensory and dynamic experience that reinterpreted each of the product’s essence into lighting, movement and sound to convey nature in art. The luminous, mixed media, suspended canopy called Pixel Constellation, was created by a series of expressive physical pixels. The different typologies were inspired by the four LG Signature product types; refrigerator, washing machine, air purifier and OLED television and the variety of pixels created a light and sound symphony inspired by a series of natural phenomena. Source: jasonbruges
  4. Dimensions: x6 3m tall by 60cm wide and 20cm deep granite structures ‘Back to Front’, consists of an array of monolithic granite structures that sense changing levels of light within the park in real-time. People walk through the park, trees shift and the sun moves across the site, casting dynamic shadows onto the monoliths. These shadows are sensed by the artwork and transferred through the depth of the granite structure to reveal animated silhouettes on the opposite side. Images are revealed by controlling an array of LED lights, which are diffused by glass lenses embedded within the stone. The aim is to create an enjoyable and dynamic experience for pedestrians, which reflects the changing weather fronts that envelop the city. Unique analogue electronic printed circuit boards (PCBs) have been developed for use inside the artwork. Each individual LED/sensor node across the face of the granite monolith works autonomously, both sensing and emitting unique levels of light simultaneously. Imagery emerges from the combined behaviour of each individual LED node. The installation is able to detect static shadows from buildings, light and shade resulting from different times of day and seasonal changes, as well as dynamic movement from surrounding people and trees. The studio took inspiration from the characteristic lake effect ‘weather fronts’ experienced in Toronto; weather boundaries that separate two masses of air of different densities, that dramatically affect the city’s climate all year round. ABOUT JASON BRUGES STUDIO Formed in April 2002, Jason Bruges Studio designs and builds interactive and engaging installations across the sectors of architecture, art and brands. Based in London, and recently expanded to include a team in NY, the Studio is a multi-disciplinary and experienced collective of creative types: architects, lighting designers, engineers, programmers, industrial designers and a high calibre management team, who all collaborate to develop highly innovative and pioneering spaces for clients. Each unique space combines high levels of environmental awareness and technical skill and connects people with their surroundings. Among the Studio’s international portfolio are projects such as an interactive lounge at San Diego Airport, interactive artwork in a shopping mall in Shenyang, China and four Olympic Games installations in London. Exciting new public art commissioned by Tridel for the 300 Front Street West community in the heart of downtown Toronto. Entitled "Back to Front" and designed by Jason Bruges Studio, these black monoliths are actually reactive light installations that reflect movement and changes in the surrounding environment. Source: jasonbruges
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