Wednesday, May 28, 2008

light emitting wallpaper

light emitting wallpaper by jonas samson makes a two dimensional flat wall surface as light source. when the wallpaper is turned 'off' it appears to be just wallpaper (not a distinguishable source of light)
"The wallpaper's patterns consist of embedded lights, and the transition effects are achieved through controlling individual pixels (LEDs). One can turn off the lighting, making the wallpaper a standard wall ornament, or have it turned on and enjoy the transition of multiple patterns"

3 comments:

Susannah said...

Wait, what?? That is so freaking cool!

Mrs. Blandings said...

OK, Megan, this is really amazing. I'm reading it again because my ADD brain did not quite catch the HOW the first time, but jeez. Very cool.

beachbungalow8 said...

i KNOW. it's crazy isn't it? if i had this....i'd totally mess with my dinner guests. you know, after the cocktail hour and between courses, i'd just start flipping switches.

it's really cool.

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