An interesting project by Australian designer Flynn Talbot gives users command over its lighting dynamics through touch.

Young Australian lighting designer Flynn Talbot makes waves at his first solo exhibition at the Helmrinderknecht contemporary design gallery in Berlin with his light project, titled X&Y. With a very minimalist design, the interactive object invites its viewers to touch and control the light source and at the same time control the lighting effect, thereby creating a unique multi-sensory experience.

X&Y from flynntalbot on Vimeo.

Flynn Talbot

[via Yatzer]

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