The Cinimod Studio Tunnel in London features lighting that goes beyond the conventional.
The colors and positioning of the lighting is determined by a moving installation within the tunnel. This piece reacts to visitors with the detection by thermal camera control. When each user passes through, the beams of light change and illuminate according to their movement. The light installation changes color patterns and positioning depending on the number of visitors in the tunnel.
As color is perceived on the white bands above, the tunnel boasts "an ambient lighting effect that represents the overall ebb and flow of the day’s visitors" according to Dominic Harris of Cinimod Studio. This interactive light display is groundbreaking in its responsive nature and interesting with its showcase of light-based art installation.
The Cinimod Studio Tunnel Boasts Interactive Illumination
1. Interactive Lighting - Opportunity for businesses to create interactive lighting systems that respond to user movements and interactions.
2. Thermal Camera Control - Disruptive innovation potential in utilizing thermal cameras to detect and track user movements for responsive lighting installations.
3. Ambient Light Effects - Potential for businesses to develop ambient lighting effects that reflect and enhance the overall atmosphere and visitor experience.
1. Art Installations - Art industry can explore innovative lighting techniques to create immersive and interactive experiences for viewers.
2. Event Production - Opportunity for event production companies to incorporate responsive lighting installations to enhance the visual impact and engagement of events.
3. Hospitality - Hotels and resorts can leverage interactive lighting technology to create unique and immersive guest experiences, setting them apart from competitors.