Video of performances on Passerelle Simone-de-Beauvoir, Nuit Blanche

Nullohm created for the french multidisciplinary group OIDEM interactive red LED light fixtures using our “Resonance system” a sensor based light interaction with a 433 MHz radio network. A system that is suitable for pedestrian streets or other public spaces if designed for permanent instalation.

The location are the Passerelle Simone-de-Beauvoir in front of Paris National Library. The Installation was used as a art scene for a number of artistic events, the innovative Future en Seine festival and culminated in the Nuit Blanche festival the 6 oct 2012.

Nullohm cooperate with Bifokal

 

If there is anything that will define the present style-period in architecture and design in retrospective it may not be the estetic´s, the materials or the production techniques. It want be the current political or cultural currents as single influence either. It will be the creative explosion in the usage of embedded electronics in our objects and surroundings. Not only as simple means to solve a task, but as a defining quality that leads to new shape, usage and experience that has not been seen before. The creative explosion in the use or micro-controllers like PIC and Arduino has given the creatives the tools of the professional industry, and classics will be created.

The Oslo based architects from Bifokal is thinking along the same lines as we do. So when we meet, it was natural to join our skills, knowledge and resources to create some of these visions.

Meet the Bifokal´s
http://bifokal.no/about