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AN EXPLORATION INTO INTEGRATING DAYLIGHT AND ARTIFICIAL LIGHT VIA AN OBSERVASIONAL INSTRUMENT

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What happens with our life and architecture, when artificial light no longer is static but a dynamic light source, who can adapt to the daylight?

That is what Associate Professor Kjell Yngve Petersen from the IT University of Copenhagen and Associate Professor Karin Søndergaard wants to investigate.

In this video Kjell and Karin have invited 12 lighting designers and architects to explore this field through a lighting installation made of cardboard and LED-light bulbs, controlled by a software developed by ITU.

What do they see and how does it inspire them in the terms of adaptive lighting and architecture?


More information:

http://adaptive.itu.dk/projects/LED/

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