Sonar Light Pulse light art by Paul Cremers of Fosfor Design, inspired by the sound navigation of bats

SONAR LIGHT PULSE

Sonar Light Pulse light art by Paul Cremers of Fosfor Design, inspired by the sound navigation of bats

SONAR LIGHT PULSE

PAUL CREMERS - FOSFOR DESIGN

THE NETHERLANDS

SONAR Light Pulse is inspired by the way bats navigate through sonar (sound navigation and raging). Paul Cremers decided to use a light wave instead of a sound wave to visualize this echolocation principle. How it works? Shout! And send a light wave to the other side.

Photo's:
Copyright Janus van den Eijnden

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Size adjustable to circumstances

  • suitable for on water
  • suitable for land
  • this artwork is suitable
    for suspension

About Paul Cremers - Fosfor Design

Paul Cremers is a light designer and a professional consultant. He specializes in dynamic light for interior and architecture with variety of control options. In 2015 he started FosforDesign, where he investigates (and plays with) how light can have a mental and emotional effect on people with his current work. Before this Cremers studied Industrial Product Design and then started working with LED electronics and was responsible for the light design of stores, entertainment and various art projects among others

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