X&Y: A Touch-Based Light Experience

X&Y: A Touch-Based Light Experience
Design

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

Don Michael Acelar De Leon
  • 2 march 2011

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.


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