Helios Touch Modular Lighting
Helios Touch: Draw the Light with your Touch
With Helios Touch, your walls become like an illuminated canvas, with your hand being the brush. Helios Touch is a modular wall light that uses moveable hexagon panels to design a unique artwork. Turn the interior of any space into a light source, swipe the wall and illuminate the path of your hand as it swipes across the surface. Match the mood by illuminating only the areas you touch.
Helios Touch: Match the Mood
The panels can be arranged in any shape you desire, and rearranged to suit your next style. Match the mood by illuminating only the panels you touch. Add excitement and fun to your living or working space, improving the quality of light and life. Used anywhere, including receptions, corridors, children’s bedrooms and kitchens, Helios Touch provides unlimited possibilities for making enchanting and engaging rooms displays. The low voltage LED panels provide a safe, wipe clean wall light for all environments.
Artwork or Light – Excitement and Fun
No matter you use the concept as artwork or light, Helios Touch adds excitement and fun to your living or working space. Overall, it improves also the quality of light and life. Create impressive designs and let the crowd shape the display. Wherever it is placed, Helios provides a functional and aesthetic diffused light source with a tactile experience. Quickly change the intensity and position of the light to suit the task. The panels are powered and attached using internal magnetic contacts allowing them to be rearranged into any shape.
Helios was invented by James Vanderpant is an extremely ambitious product designer who has just graduated from Brighton University. He already had 4 years experience in architectural lighting prior to studying and has had the opportunity of working with some high end clients on a number of bespoke projects.
Brighton Design Exhibition and Helios Lighting
James has a great attention to detail and is destined to become a successful designer after already receiving awards for his work on Helios lighting, including New Designers Associate Prize in 2016. He co-created and manages the Brighton Design Exhibition to create an event that brought important and exciting design projects to the surface and acting as a major curator for up and coming creative talent within the Sussex area.
For more information, please refer to the Helios Touch website.