Move Me — The Mill
Two neopixel lighting sculptures for The Mill’s art exhibit, “Move Me” during AICP 2017.
Creative Technologist. On this project I was the lead technologist and creative asked to build the lighting installations envisioned by the creative director, Kinda Akash. This involved researching power distribution, endless hours of soldering and a lot of work with neopixels strips — how to connect them, house them, power them and mold them.
(NOTE: This video covers all of the projects at the event. There are snippets of the lighting installations I built, images of me soldering, AND I also happened to work on the wearable tech as part of another project on display, the biometric VR experience, Strata.)
LIGHTING SCULPTURE ONE:
The Way Finder was meant to help direct the attendees through the many interactive art projects on display at the “Move Me” event.
LIGHTING SCULPTURE TWO:
The neopixel abstract signage with the title of the event was created to greet attendees as they stepped off the elevator.
To read an exact breakdown of how I built the light sculptures beginning to end, please read my blog post!