This month we have two more fantastic examples of Versalume in action.
Drones + Versalume = Just Amazing
First up: Drones. As drones become more prevalent, people are discovering more uses for them: to film movies and extreme sports, for safety and security, for light-weight package delivery, and just for fun. But lighting drones at night can be tricky since any additional weight or power consumption can greatly diminish fly times or even destabilize the drone. In addition, lighting possible obstructions and a landing zone in low-light conditions is essential.
That's where Versalume's light weight and flexible technology comes to the rescue yet again.
Check out this 1-minute video of a drone and landing pad lit with Versalume's Multi-Color Smart Module, allowing drone pilots to control the color and intensity of their drone and landing zone using their smartphones. Just amazing!
NOTORA's Power of Scale
The spatial design firm NOMURA and Rhizomatiks Architecture, calling themselves NOTORA, combined their skills to create the art installation Power of Scale.
Power of Scale attempts to bring awareness to spaces - both large and small - that we often take for granted in our increasingly technological world. The use of video projection and Versalume's technology transports the viewer to various landscapes, locations, and climates, forcing us to be present and to assess our human scale while immersed in this experimental exhibit at the Mori Museum of Art in Roppongi, Japan running from April 25 through September 17, 2018.
How can you use Versalume for your next project? If you have an idea for a new lighting product but aren't sure where to start, don't hesitate to reach out and we'll be happy to help.