20 Dec, 2009

Dot Dash Darwin

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Graphics and lighting combine in this installation at the University of London campus’s Darwin Walk

The installation is part of an ongoing project by Max Fordham Consulting Engineers to create innovating lighting across the campus. Darwin Walk runs along the side of the Darwin Building. To illuminate it, Nick Cramp, an engineer at Max Fordham, used Light Tape to spell out Darwin’s name in Morse Code.

Light Tape is an electroluminescent material that can be used as an energy efficient alternative light source. It’s just 6mm thick and can be cut to shape.

Images courtesy Light Tape

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