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Loopelier Light / home lighting concept

Loopelier Light
Loopelier Light

After the global pandemic, people were forced to stay at home to follow social distancing, so states such as depression, sadness and anger become more common in people. Hence, the Loopelier light was designed to improve people's daily mood. The Looplier light functions with the momentary mood of people and improve their well-being by using their breathing rhythm and convert it to a pleasant light.
One mood is selected from the mobile app, for example Anger, the app tells the user to punch the device. After this operation, device blades open and close according to the user's breathing, and the blades speed slows down to users breathing rhythm.

University

University of Tehran

University of Tehran
Tehran, Iran

Nooshin Abi,
University of Tehran