liquidity :: oil + condutive ink lamps


Another beautiful piece by Patrick Stevenson Keating via the Bare Conductive website:

For the 2012 Milan Furniture Fair, Patrick Stevenson-Keating put together some incredible lamps using Bare Paint suspended in oil. The lamps work by tilting them in such a way that the blob of Bare Paint will make contact between the two electrodes extending from the bulb. To turn the bulb off, you just rotate or tilt the lamps until the paint is no longer making contact.



One response to “liquidity :: oil + condutive ink lamps”

  1. Peter says:

    Quite interested in that smart material and ink, would tend to duplicate this testing and extend to applications

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