Seventy transparent LED panels are used in the food court at Oslo Central Station in Norway, known as Ø, to form a “one-of-a-kind,” 14-meter-high (46-foot-high) pixel wall. The color or pattern on each is individually controlled by the 10,000-channel Unison Mosaic system. The wall, which faces east, makes it possible to imitate the sunrise indoors - perfect for gray days when the real sun doesn't make an appearance - and then create different mood lighting throughout the day. Read the whole story here.
“We chose Mosaic because it’s an open programming language, and easy to work with. The plan is that artists will be able to come and create artworks for the screen. For them to be able to easily program with it is a huge bonus for us.” – Geir Sire, designer
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