Light post on post-light
In a series of attempts to shorten posts, a ‘light’ post: In my quest to investigate into alternative interfaces and other ways (than traditional pc setup red.) of representation and manipulation of data, one aspect to look at is public (intelligent) spaces. One example I found this week, during the GLOW-festival. This festival is taking place in the city of light, Eindhoven.
The home-town of Philips was once the center of innovation concerning light and lighting systems. Where now most of the production has moved away, innovation is slightly returning returning. A small glimpse of post-light bulb era is given, with buildings and streets as interface, as the city this week is now a stage for over 30 (interactive) light-art installations in public space. Go check it out! (pictures by Eric Toering).
Official pictures can be found here.