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Brief Published: 9 Jun 2011

Jordy Rooijakkers: Squeeze Light 2.0


Eindhoven University of Technology graduate Jordy Rooijakkers uses touch as a means of changing the colour of a LED textile, indicating the future potential of reactive LED technology.

Squeeze Light 2.0 reacts to pressure, allowing the user to squeeze the light’s textile surface to cause a colour change in the emitted light. It highlights the importance of colour and lighting as an influencer of atmosphere, for example, introducing temporary colour into the home.