Adaptive Environments: Shaping Space Through Light & Color

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Manta Ray Light from Aqua Creations. Image © Ross Belfer (Xhibition)

Manta Ray Light from Aqua Creations. Image © Ross Belfer (Xhibition)

With the aim of creating immersive environmental experiences in interior spaces, the design studio Aqua Creations has developed Manta Ray Light, a lighting installation built with responsive RGB LED technology that mixes the colors red, green, and blue to generate more than 16 million light tones. By presetting its color spectrum, offering a range of brightness settings on a scale of 0.1 to 100%, and even loading images and videos into its internal memory, the system allows its user to add color and movement to expressive spaces, or deliver a feeling of warmth and concentration to intimate and private rooms.

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