Entry No. 15
17 February, 2014
Author: Josie Baldner
COLOUR INJECTOR LAMP
The Colour Injector Lamp was designed by Taras Sgibney to portray the way that three colors red, green, and blue (RGB) interact with each other in digital interfaces.
The lamp has three syringes with red, green, or blue inks inside them. As a user pushes and pulls the plungers of the syringes the colors emitted by the lamp change through a spectrum of hues like one would see on a computer screen. The interactive syringes hanging from the bottom of the lamp are connected to a series of syringes on the lamps interior. The plungers on the interior syringes are attached to switches that control a microprocessor that controls the color outputs of the lamps RGB LEDs.