The Latest LASVIT Lighting Uses Electricity to Move

By: Misel Saban - May 16, 2014
References: lasvit & designboom
Czech Republic-based design group LASVIT lighting recently presented their latest light collection at the Milan Design Week 2014 that showcased the company's innovative ceiling lights that have the ability to move kinetically.

LASVIT ingeniously engineered a series of round bulb ceiling lamps that are cleverly infused with kinetic motion-sensor technology. iPad users can hook the LASVIT lights up to their iPad software and control the movement of the lamps through a remote control base. Staring up at a collection of these round bulb ceiling lamps hung at various lengths gives the viewer an organic sense of movement. These movable lights would be convenient to have in kitchens, bedrooms and living rooms for home owners to wirelessly adjust the room's lighting from the click of a button. These kinetic installations add an entirely new dynamic to conventional stationary lighting systems.

Photo Credits: designboom, lasvit