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KINETIC LIGHTS – article

A breath taking technology that combines the latest findings of engineering with the most innovative forms of arts. When colourful lights and ripples invade the body of hundreds of LED symmetric spheres, the kinetic sculpture starts floating in an overwhelming harmony, leaving the visitors with an unforgettable experience. By far the Kinetic sculpture is the finest and most elegant tool through which a client can deliver multiple messages in a contemporary unprecedented style.


The times are, well, changing…

KINETIC FLY is a unique LED Lighting System that enables a perfect combination of lighting and movement. Kinetic Fly is a simple and bright idea — to move up and down an illuminated object — a merge of the art of lighting with mechanical technology. Inspired by nature, this is the right product for your ambitious lighting project that can literally soar overhead. Individually shaped LED modules can be attached to the system to form custom solutions. Additionally, white, colored or color changing lights can be integrated to suit various applications. It’s designed to impress!

KINETIC SCULPTURE



KINETIC ART”

Kinetic art is from any medium that contains movement perceivable by the viewer or depends on motion for its effect. More pertinently speaking, kinetic art is a term that today most often refers to three dimensional sculptures and figures such as mobiles that move naturally or are machine operated. The moving parts are generally powered by wind, a motor or the observer. Kinetic art encompasses a wide variety of overlapping techniques and styles.

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In western astrology, the story of Pisces involves two fish (Venus and Cupid) that tie each other with a string to swim away from the mythological monster Typhoon. To represent this story kinetic sculpture that uses a single nylon string bound between two motors creating beautiful standing waves.”

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he device is beautiful indeed, and as the string spins under carefully controlled light, it can resemble a sort of ‘glitch’ hourglass, an S curve of light, a flashing lightning effect and more. The trick here is that as the string spins between two motors, it produces a standing wave which oscillates but doesn’t change in amplitude. This forms a predictable repeating pattern, which is lit up by RGB LEDs at just the right times so that it can appear stationary — or to be moving in designed patterns due to persistence of vision and the stroboscopic effect.

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  1. David Beck says:

    Great article. I\’d love it!

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