A 26 meters tall three-dimensional light sculpture made of semi-transparent printed electronics LED strips graces the atrium. Over 40,000 RGBW pixels display the live data in 3D mapped formation where the dazzling light patterns glide in and out of the sculpture.
The reception desk and the back walls fitted similar printed electronics LED sheets. Pixel control reminisced a “shōji” (障子), a Japanese rice paper wall.
The conference centre corridors fitted IoT downlights with digitally variable beams of light and colour washes, layering artistic light patterns and subtle shifts derived from TIETO’s live data feeds.
Finally, a 55-inch transparent OLED touchscreen was positioned at the waiting area, encouraging visitors to interact with the immersive lighting. On this giant user interface, the live data visualisation constantly regenerates and responds to the user. The resulting new patterns softly ripple into the light sculpture, the walls and the corridors. Besides the abstract data, factual information about the environmental conditions and TIETO’s data offerings is provided.