In Japan, robotic system ‘paints’ room lighting through Photoshop-like control

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One of the most important aspects of running a venue – and one that can have a large effect on customer experience – is atmosphere. While Meyer Sound have already covered the noise side of things with its tablet-controlled acoustics, the Lighty system is now enabling users to quickly and easily adjust lighting in a room by 'painting' in the areas they want illuminating on a touchscreen. Created by the Japan Science and Technology Agency's IGARASHI Design Interface Project, Lighty consists of a rig of bulbs installed on the ceiling of a space, whose brightness and orientation can be controlled…

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