Bring Your Most Emotional Selfie Lighting Anywhere

Bring Your Most Emotional Selfie Lighting Anywhere

Personal Halo helps you express your mood by acting like a real-life Instagram filter

Weronika Jurkiewicz
  • 25 march 2016

What if lighting does not have to be fixed to the ceiling, but instead could follow us wherever we go, changing color and intensity according to the moment, feelings, activity or even outfit. That’s the idea Nan Zhao, a PhD student in the Responsive Environments Group at MIT Media Lab, had when they created Halo.

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