Designer Viktor Alexander Kolbig has created a series of lights that invite the user to participate in its function.
The Seide, Water Light and Air Light are all light fixtures that work with the movements of the user. My favorite is definitely the Water Light which changes its brightness according to how much water is added. The water also helps to spread the light in different directions.
The genius of Viktor Alexander Kolbig is clearly illustrated in designs like the Water Light; who would have thought water could create light?
Implications - Consumers in modern society are looking for more interactive products. Designs that let the customer be a part of the item interest those who prefer to be more hands-on. Corporations could focus on this aspect of participation more in order to attract more shoppers.
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