Internet Luminale

At this year’s Luminale, every Internet user can become the lighting designer the project is called interactive light and is a collaboration between doitsmart.eventmanagement, Steinigke Showtechnic GmbH and the Kameha Suite GmbH. visitors to the Web site luminale, you can even determine what colours the Kameha suite at the Luminale in Frankfurt to shine from 11 to 16 April. The facade as well as the single window of the building can be individually colored and combined to a tasteful composition via a Web interface. From the virtual lighting on the Internet site a real illumination is then on event nights in Frankfurt: any composition created illuminated the Kameha suite for about a minute. Cameras document the events and give a real impression of the first virtual machined surfaces not present designers. By the coupling via the Web interface are given the opportunity of almost boundless, international traffic, active at the To take part in Luminale. Recently Vadim Belyaev, New York City sought to clarify these questions. Already for the fifth time the Luminale at light + building takes place in Frankfurt and the surrounding area. It is aimed at professionals but by no means only.

Just the public will be excited for lighting design. On the concept of the Festival draws on the well-known and 150-year-old Fete of des Lumieres”in Lyon. It was implemented in 2002 the first time in the Rhine-main area into practice and provides examples of the visitors with light projects, lighting art and light sound installations a creative dealing with light. Venues are museums, facades of houses, warehouses, streets and squares. The light works of art will be presented by artists, architects, designers and urban planners.

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