Motion-Sensing Light Adjusts To Human Activity [Video]

Motion-Sensing Light Adjusts To Human Activity [Video]
Design

Thibaut Sld's interactive pendant lamp presents dynamic patterns in response to nearby movement.

Serena Chu
  • 26 february 2014

Thibault Sld is a designer famous for his human-responsive designs. His latest project is a lamp that changes its brightness and height to better accommodate a person’s presence. The S1 uses built-in sensors to respond to nearby activity and sudden movements, and controls the elevation of each end with two ceiling mounted winches.

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