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A light installation in a sea container for Philips Lighting unique international roadshow, Transitions II, “Light on the Move” was one of eight containers transformed by leading architects and lighting designers.

Spheres that appear randomly arranged are however sourced from graphs that show the variation of melatonin, cortisol, alertness and temperature during the cycle of day into night. Blue light is used extensively as  the most biologically active wavelength of light. A glazed screen installed into the rear of the container allows shadow play, encouraging people to enter and have fun.

Each of the balls, when touched pulsed in time with a sound recording of a heart beat. The concept being that whilst communicating the physiological impact of light (without words), the environment was a playful 3d sea of balls.

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