Planning a light installation is particularly challenging when the design is not only in one plane, but when free space is built in with light. Until now, successfully realizing such a project required extensive planning and enormous technical expertise. With the LivingSculpture 3D module system, designed by Christopher Bauder/WHITEvoid, Philips Lumiblade has created a system that allows the user to focus on one thing: the design. The need for technical expertise is eliminated by the modular system, which consists of base plates and connecting rods. 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.
What is true for the installation of the new 3D module system also applies to the design - it is very simple. One reason for this is the configurator, which you get to by clicking on the link below. Here you can select the number of floor plates you want and arrange the OLEDs as desired. Functions such as "fill all" and "surface functions" quickly lead to impressive results. You can also see how your installation looks with light and view it from different perspectives and angles within the configurator. When you register, you can save your designs and continue editing at a later date. As a registered Philips Lumiblade user you can also request a quote for your installation designed within the configurator at press of a button.