Lumenpulse, a producer of architectural LED-based lighting solutions for business, economic and sophisticated environments, has created an interactive light display for the event of the 25th anniversary of Architectural Lighting magazine.
This event took place at Jack Studios in New York City. Its title “The Future of Light" integrated various lighting industries including researchers, producers, designers, and innovators to mark the advancement in lighting design and upcoming lighting technologies.
The entertainment included PechaKucha-style presentations, a series of motivating presentations with slides from lighting designers and various engineers about the opportunities and challenges faced by the lighting industry. This was followed by an exhibition of novel products representing new lighting innovations.
The Lumenpulse exhibit was named ‘Lumensquare’. It was an interactive, creative representation explaining the reflection of the property of light with the mood of a person. Experiments were carried out by making the guests enter into a tunnel-like space and were given a choice to select any of four emotions using a dial control, which was followed by a light show reflecting the emotion selected by them; a pulsating red beat represented love, an astounding strobe effect was generated by the fear or command, the mild orange and yellow light represented joy, while confusion symbolized a mixture of various colors.
Lumenpulse's significant LED fixtures are currently processing this applicable light/mood connection, intended to provide a peaceful atmosphere in the Yale-New Haven Hospital atrium, motivating the staff and patients at the Banner MD Anderson Cancer Center in Gilbert, Arizona, and entertaining the sports fans at BC Place in Vancouver.