|Incandescence made by French artist Severine Fontaine|
Data & dynamic lighting for a safer, contented public
|All kinds of sensors monitor behaviour in Stratumseind|
Privacy Concerns Addressed
|Look closely. These lights are made from recycled plastic bottles.|
|Horizontal Interference by Katarzyna Malejka and Joachim Slugocki|
Yes, I was enthralled by the light bulbs of Incandescence. It reminded me of the fact that Philips was also a maker of radio valves.
This residential building is currently under construction. So fill it with light and the authentic sounds of the hammering and drilling going on during the day.
There is no Glow without a fire. Artist and technical engineer Ivo Schools saw what happened when a tornado raged across a forest fire.
Magic sounds and light near the Park Theatre from the German company Forum InterArt.
90 dandelions made from 9000 recycled bottles by Olivia d'Aboville.
Great GLOW food at Kazerne, a new cluster where designers and technology interact.
The return of an old favorite - De Cagna forms a central point infront of city hall in Eindhoven.
The organisers of GLOW are looking for ways to generate more income. I personally think that a showcase spots like the Catherina Church didn't work this year, because unless you bought the glasses you couldn't enjoy the performance - at least it was a shadow of the experience they did at the same spot last year. I would make money on lighting sticks/paraphernalia and refreshments. And I wonder why Philips Hue doesn't make more publicity for its mobile controlled lighting system for the home. They were walking around the city last year. Didn't see them this time round.