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‘A Gradient’
by Kenny Gay & Jonathon Kingsbury

Kenny and I were tasked with the concept of converting an old firepit globe built, for Bonnaroo… Read More

The New York City Section of the Illuminating Engineering Society Announces Recipients of the
2017 Thesis Prizes

The New York City Section of the Illuminating Engineering Society (IESNYC) awarded its annual Thesis Prizes to… Read More

Seismic Electromagnetic Induction LED
by Margot Krasojević Architects

Free energy tremor LED The LED light consists of a 3d printed net whose recycled polymer geometry… Read More

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‘Story Wall of Light’ by AF Lighting

In this tunnel in Eskilstuna, Sweden, the citizens themselves tell the story of their city with the… Read More

Luminothérapie 2018-2019

THE QUARTIER DES SPECTACLES PARTNERSHIP INVITES ARTISTS, CREATORS AND DESIGNERS TO SUBMIT THEIR PROPOSALS TO THE LUMINOTHÉRAPIE… Read More

2017 IALD Award Winners:
Award of Merit
The Farm Residence by Electrolight

Luminaries of the lighting profession gathered at the Crystal Tea Room on 10 May to honor the… Read More

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‘Spectral Shift’ by Jessica Lloyd Jones

Suspended light installation of prismatic tubes at Pontio Arts and Innovation Centre, Bangor. The tubes appear almost… Read More

UCLA-led team develops technique to control laser polarization

The approach operates purely electronically, without any moving parts A research team led by UCLA electrical engineers… Read More

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‘Bodyscape’ by Behnaz Farahi

Bodyscape is an interactive 3D printed fashion item inspired by the behavior of the human body. Its… Read More

A stream of superfluid light

Scientists have known for centuries that light is composed of waves. The fact that light can also… Read More

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‘Sikka Ingentium’ by Daniel Canogar

Sikka Ingentium is a sculptural video installation made with 2.400 recycled DVDs. This multi-thematic piece was inspired… Read More

Quantum nanoscope: Seeing electrons surfing the waves of light on graphene

Researchers have studied how light can be used to “see” the quantum nature of an electronic material…. Read More