A piece of interactive furniture that changes colour in response to the colours that its sensors perceive from the environment and the users
Technically interactive furniture consists of translucent units, with embedded L.E.D. (light-emitting diode) light sources, microchip and sensors. These devices react to the colours that its sensors perceive from the environment translating them, with the embedded Aether & Hemera’s software, into lighting effects for the furniture.
Responsive installations can complement the architectural space: the idea is that digital interactive fixtures will contribute to create an innovative and high-quality environment responding to the behaviour of its users by visually expressing the activities surrounding them.
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