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Without taking a form, light is kind of energy, you can only feel it by your sense organs, and see it through your eyes but you can not touch it. Instead of reversing this conventional thinking, we try to break its structure and cut it into (pieces of) slices to pretend it is touchable.
By taking different amount of units with independent one touch switch separately that we could create lots of assemblages.
We diversify its formations and its light effects (in order) to let user having more delight and astonishment via such interaction.
Hong-Cheng Huang & Liao-An Zeng