Whitevoid’s LivingSculpture 3D module system was designed for Philips’ interactive product family. The giant waves of OLED screens is controlled via iPad. The modular plug and play lighting system that creates infinite variations in layout and arrangement. The surface onto which is mounted is transformed into interactive and ever-changing architectural element. The highly flexible system consists of an online configurator to create and order the individual arrangement, a plug and play modular hardware system and an iPad controlled light animation application.
The system consists of base plates, each one holding 16 OLED panels (4×4). The OLED themselves are rectangular, 76×76 mm each (including the frame, the active area is 61.4×60.5 mm) and the color temperature is 3,000K. Numerous small mirror-flat panels seem to undulate and flow like the ocean overhead. The connecting rods are available in different lengths and allow even complex three-dimensional structures to be created very quickly. Depending on the requirements of the project, any number of base plates can be put together to rapidly create a fascinating 3D light sculpture.
To commemorate the 2013 Skyscraper Competition, eVolo published a collector’s edition of its highly acclaimed book “eVolo Skyscrapers”. The book is a two-volume, 1300-page set with the best 300 projects received during the last years. Only 150 copies are available worldwide.