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The World of
OLED Lighting
The World of
OLED Lighting

interactive mirror

An aura of OLED light

At first glance, the square grid of OLEDs appears simply to be a light installation. In fact it is intelligent sensor technology combined with a mirror. It senses when someone moves close. The LivingShapes interactive mirror detects the outline of the person and switches off the OLEDs that are in the field of vision of the observer.

In this way, the light installation transforms into a mirror which immerses the viewer in an aura of OLED light. The mirror image is both shadow-free and very natural. This makes the mirror ideal for high-standard hotel rooms or as a special accessory next to the cloakroom in lounges or lobbies.

interactive wall

Light installations based on
on the modular system

The LivingShapes interactive wall is the perfect example of how beautiful and interactive OLED light can be. The OLEDs seem to go on and off at random. But it soon becomes clear that the wall reacts to what either a hidden camera in the wall sees. Or what a microphone detects. Movement and sound is then translated into light shapes, bathing the room in an atmospheric light. This is the very light that makes the new lighting technology so distinctive. Even when all the OLEDs are alight, the light is warm and pleasant rather than glaring. The interactive wall is based on an ingenious modular system that eliminates the need to individually connect hundreds of OLEDs to each other. Instead, the user simply utilizes integrated OLED panels equipped with sixteen OLEDs. Constructed as a plug-and-play system, the interactive wall comes as a preconfigured system with 72 modules.

4 x 4 OLED panel

Size of the panel:
211.8 x 231.8 x 16.6 mm
(~ 8.3 x 9.1 x 0.7 in)

Illuminated area:
256 cm 2 (39.7 in 2 )

white (CCT 3,200 K)