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The flying drone lamp

Design | March 30, 2019 |

Kazuhiro Yumanaka: the flying drone lampImage courtesy of Kazuhiro Yumanaka

Kazuhiro Yumanaka: the flying drone lamp

The project has been conceived as a work that combines drone technology with traditional lighting, to create an object that can follow users’ movements around the home, illuminating spaces as and when it’s needed.

Kazuhiro Yumanaka: the flying drone lampImage courtesy of Kazuhiro Yumanaka 

The stands for the table lamos are to function as launch-pads for the flying lighting object, located around the home, the positions and plan of the space must be programmed to the device prior to use. Then, through the use of sensors to track a person’s movements, the lamp is capable of following users around a space, providing the appropriate light required.

Kazuhiro Yumanaka: the flying drone lampImage courtesy of Kazuhiro Yumanaka 

The shape of the object can be varied in design and the launch-pads are not always necessary as the flying object is able to land without any base. The concept is also envisioned to be used in a space such as inside a space station. without gravity, the need for propellers is totally removed. in essence, the project employs a small drone and an LED light to reimagine how we brighten our homes.

more. www.kazuhiroyamanaka.com

Kazuhiro Yumanaka: the flying drone lampImage courtesy of Kazuhiro Yumanaka 

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