Interactive LED lighting installation by Takram, Japan
This installation in Milan is composed of 100 light bulb suspended in a 120 square meter room lined with arch-shaped mirrors and a floor covered in crushed marble gravel.
Each bulb contains water and an LED that illuminates the surface of water from above. Touching the bulb initiates the wave-like sequence of brightening and fading pulsations, roughly analogous to heartbeats.
The site of installation was located in the Tortona District of Milan. The arch-shaped mirrors placed in regular intervals along the walls and crushed marble gravel covering the ground articulates the intricate exhibition space, approximately 120 square meters in area.