Submitted by Margot Krasojević, Seismic Tremore LED is a light concept that consist of 3D printed in which its recycled polymer geometry is elastic yet pretty strong to stretch and reform to adjust to tremors and shifting changes in its environment. The net is specially designed to create the illusion of intensifying the emitted light, including the dome shape that channels the light around the surface. When fully charged, the LED is as bright as 60 Candela white light, it is highly visible for 3 meters in a dark room.
The main structure thread pipe becomes the core of the LED, it can be inserted onto the ground for stability, it can hold a series of magnets and copper coil to induce an electrical current.
“The 3D printed net resonates and amplifies kinetic energy transforming it into electrical current lighting the series of LED’S embedded within the geometry, all reverberations within the vicinity of the light induce a current by moving the magnets through the copper coil placed within the main structural thread pipe, the principle behind this is electromagnetic induction.”
Designer : Margot Krasojević
Using flexible recycled polymer, the net’s geometry shape intensifies its displacement to move the magnets inside the supporting thread pipe. That movement creates an energy that can be stored or used immediately to light the LED. Basically, the main body of the light functions as a moveable piston, intensified by the harmonic oscillating motion of the weighted 3D printed net as it stretches and expands.
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