[DIGITALLY-INSPIRED] Light becomes tangible in this installation by Kimchi and Chips. Projected on a base made of hundreds of convex mirrors, the reflections of light beams become graphic objects suspended up in midair.
[CONCEPT] Presented during the Dutch Design Week in Eindhoven (Netherlands), this permanent installation is made of hundreds of crystals containing LEDs. No more cables or battery, the crystals light up when in contact with the floor.
[DIGITALLY-INSPIRED] Light streaks made with an iPhone become a full working font suit. Marcus Byrne traced with his smartphone each letter of the alphabet in the darkness and captured them with a Canon 5D set to a 3.5-second exposure.
[CONCEPT] Specialized in capturing light, Patrick Rochon took on a new challenge by photographing three wakeboarders, Mike Dowdy, Adam Errington, and Dallas Friday, at night. The LED lights strapped to the boards shine in the dark and become solid rays of light when shot by Patrick Rochon.
[CONCEPT] Holes and gaps made onto the gallery walls create ephemeral light installations. The visitor can play with the light beams, blocking or diverting the light as he wanders in the exhibition space.
[DIGITALLY-INSPIRED] Dubbed "the floor of the future", the ASB GlassFloor has indeed a very futuristic feel. LED lights, embedded under the glass structure of the floor, illuminate the court according to the sport being played.
[DIGITALLY-INSPIRED] Threads illuminated by ultraviolet lights create a new dimension into the space of the installation. Choi's work questions our environnement and our perception of interior and exterior spaces.
[DIGITALLY-INSPIRED] Presented during the London Design Week, "Walk The Light" is an interactive work by Cinimod Studio exhibited at the V&A. As the visitor walks in a colorful corridor, he is being followed by a band of white light.