Simple Lighting Company Responds to Water Activated LEDs

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The online retailers at Simple Lighting have responded to a new travelling installation which uses water to activate LED lights.

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Entitled “Water Light Graffiti”, the installation consists of a grid of thousands of bulbs that light up as soon as the water hits them

It has been reported in core77.com that whilst working at DigitalArt, French artist, Antonin Fourneau thought up a “safe and spectacular” way to use water to stimulate LED lights. Entitled “Water Light Graffiti”, the installation consists of a grid of thousands of bulbs that light up as soon as the water hits them and is set to be displayed at the Grohe showroom during New York Design Week. The lights can be triggered by a paintbrush, finger, or in fact anything damp and can be used by children and adults alike.

DigitalArt describes the project as “a wall for ephemeral messages in the urban space….A wall to communicate and share magically in the city.”

Simple Lighting is best known for its range of LED domestic and commercial lighting solutions, including LED tape lights and strip lights. The specialists take a keen interest in all updates and developments within the field and this latest news was of particular interest. A representative shares their thoughts.

“In the past, water and electricity have always been two things that don’t mix, however this installation shows that when using LEDs, this can be done, and to great effect. It marks yet another breakthrough within the LED industry and serves to show how fast it is progressing.”

Established in 2009, Simple Lighting Company aims to provide high quality lighting at some of the most competitive prices on the web. The company has grown considerably in recent years and supplies over 4000 products, specialising in LED lighting, LED tape lights, LED strip lights as well as indoor and outdoor lighting. Simple Lighting Company considers customer service its priority, regularly adding new products to the website.

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