Cerenkovs Dream by Eno Henze is an technological objet trouvé. It is made of 4 Led Panels, a power adapter and an image processor. I would like to see a video of this installation.
What do you get when you dress sheep with LED suits? A pretty great video. BUT, I’m not convinced it’s all real. I guess they faked some parts, especially the part where they recreate the Mona Lisa and the shots from a distance. The video is viral for Samsung LED TV sets. Entertaining though.
Daito Manabe is up to something new, you know his Electric Stimulus experiments right? This time he doing something with LED’s in his mouth. For now he just moves them around with his tongue. I don’t know what he’s planning but if he can hook them up to his Electric Stimulus … That would be great.
It seems like the LED’s are sound reactive in this second video.
Daito posted some more tests in his YouTube channel. Just keep an eye on it.
“A Study Of Three Mirrors” by rAndom international are not really 3 mirrors. Above each so called mirror there is a small camera which captures the person in front of the mirror. That image is then printed with light (LED’s) on a light reactive surface. After a few minutes the images starts to fade away again. Yeah, I would like one of those.
A room is filled with deep, evolving noises from a four-channel sound system. An eight-by-eight array of white, self-illuminated spheres floats in space like the atoms of a complex molecule.
Through variable positioning and illumination of each atom, a dynamic display sculpture comes into being, composed of physical objects, patterns of light, and synchronous rhythmic and textural sonic events. Change, sound, and movement converge into a larger form.
The height of the helium balloons is adjusted with a computer-controlled cable, whilst the internal illumination is accomplished using dimmable super-bright LEDs, creating a pixel in a warped 8×8 spatial matrix.
The sonic events, the patterns of light, and the movement of the balloons are manipulated in real time as a 45-60 minute-long performance.
I really like this clock, it is backlit by 300 LED’s and covered with a honeycomb-effect fibreglass. Pixel, designed by François Azambourg for Ligne Roset.
Héctor Serrano Studio designed this installation called Waterdrop for Roca. Hunderds of sticks with a light on top, can move up and down. Together they can mimic a water surface. This effect was achieved by attaching those sticks to a flexible platter. In that way, the movement is very organic, water like. Have a look for yourself: the Waterdrop video.