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Interactive Surfaces from loop.pH

  • On June 21, 2005

loop.pH creates and develops new and reactive surfaces and objects, conducts an extensive range of research activities and collaborates with industry and multi-disciplinary groups.

loop.pH research explores electronically responsive and light emitting surfaces as a form of visual communication in built spaces. Electroluminescence has been applied to interior textiles in order to create reactive sensed environments and with programming and the use of sensors surfaces can be made responsive to their surroundings, providing a visual and luminous reflection of its environment.

Below is the digitaldawn and heres all the other projects they’ve produced with light emiting surfaces
loop.pHdigital dawn

One of the key interests is the physiological effects of the absence of daylight. Light has a profound impact on our emotional and physiological being and by integrating illumination into our everyday objects and surfaces we can enhance our lives for a sense of well being.


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