Pixel Experiments

Karin Søndergaard, Kjell Yngve Petersen, Christina Augustesen

Publikation: Bog / Antologi / Afhandling / RapportBogForskning

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Pixel Experiments

The term pixel is traditionally defined as any of the minute elements that together constitute a larger context or image. A pixel has its own form and is the smallest unit seen within a larger structure. In working with the potentials of LED technology in architectural lighting design it became relevant to investigate the use of LEDs as the physical equivalent of a pixel as a design approach.

In this book our interest has been in identifying how the qualities of LEDs can be used in lighting applications. With experiences in the planning and implementation of architectural lighting design in practice, one quickly experiences and realises that there are untapped potentials in the attributes of LED technology. In this research, speculative studies have been made working with the attributes of LEDs in architectural contexts, with the ambition to ascertain new strategies for using LED lighting in lighting design practice. The speculative experiments that have been set-up have aimed to clarify the variables that can be used as parameters in the design of lighting applications; including, for example, the structuring and software control of light. The experiments also elucidate and exemplify already well-known problems in relation to the experience of vertical and horizontal lighting. Pixel Experiments exist as a synergy between speculative test setups and lighting design in practice.

This book is one of four books that is published in connection with the research project entitled LED Lighting; Interdisciplinary LED Lighting Research. The research project has been a three-year collaboration between The Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts Schools of Architecture, Design and Conservation and The IT University of Copenhagen.
OriginalsprogEngelsk
Udgivelses stedCopenhagen
ForlagThe Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts, Schools of Architecture, Design and Conservation, School of Architecture
Antal sider66
ISBN (Trykt)978-87-7830-358-5
ISBN (Elektronisk)978-87-7830-358-5
StatusUdgivet - 30 apr. 2015

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Søndergaard, K., Petersen, K. Y., & Augustesen, C. (2015). Pixel Experiments. Copenhagen: The Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts, Schools of Architecture, Design and Conservation, School of Architecture.
Søndergaard, Karin ; Petersen, Kjell Yngve ; Augustesen, Christina. / Pixel Experiments. Copenhagen : The Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts, Schools of Architecture, Design and Conservation, School of Architecture, 2015. 66 s.
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