Interactive lamp and speaker system mimics thunderstorm indoors

DC
Published Jul 4, 2014, 5:55 pm IST
Updated Mar 31, 2019, 9:22 pm IST
Richard Clarkson's 'Cloud' uses motion sensors and has different modes
Richard Clarkson's 'Cloud' uses motion sensors and has different modes. Photo:www.richardclarkson.com
 Richard Clarkson's 'Cloud' uses motion sensors and has different modes. Photo:www.richardclarkson.com

Mumbai: Richard Clarkson, who has a master’s degree from the School of Visual Arts in New York, was keen on creating an interactive audiovisual fixture and went on to pursue his experimental project with the help of his friends in 2013.

 

The studio is now equipped with an interactive lamp and a speaker system designed in such a way that it could recreate thunderclouds in terms of sound as well as appearance. The motion sensors create lightning and thunder shows based on the presence of people and their movements.

It also has a powerful speaker system from which anyone can stream music via any bluetooth compatible device. Using colour-changing lights, the cloud is able to adapt to the desired lighting colour and brightness.

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