Summer 2016

How do we clean up light pollution?

Light pollution is one of the most rapidly increasing types of environmental degradation. With its epicenter in urban areas, which themselves are expected to grow extensively in the next decades, the current use artificial light may affect the environment and human health more than assumed in the past. This project aims to improve the use of light in public urban areas by introducing state-of-the-art lighting technology, interactive components to the infrastructure and a radical reduction of the artificial light used on streets at night. A new kind of lighting technology out of the mobility sector (DMD technology) can also illuminate public areas and spaces more precisely and efficiently. The new system of LP_01 can adapt and be configured to various szenarios ranging from flee-markets, wholesale markets to street festivals with their individual needs and requirements. The combination of lighting and electricity infrastructure offers highly divers possibilities of customization for residents as well as cities. The project formulates a perspective for a coming change: from anonymous city infrastructures to interactive interfaces.

 

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How do we clean up light pollution?

Summer 2016