Living Light - Encourages Social Interaction.

Written by Thomas Baekdal | Thursday, June 02, 2011

Social media seems to be all about Facebook and Twitter. We often forget the many ways we can use technology to encourage social interaction in the "physical world." Joon&Jung have come up with a solution. It is a lamp, shaped like a flower, that "blooms" when it detects people underneath it.

The living light is triggering people to get attention around light, and make people gathering around it. The light is detecting the human presence, and reacting like as coming into bloom of a big flower and brighter. The 4 sonar sensors is keep rotating and calculating how many people around the light. Our algorithm of specially programed microchip is also controlling the energy spending and brightness according on the presence of people.

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