The Dynamic Acrylic Colour/Pattern Generator is an experimental interface for creating different patterns in light and colour. It is fabricated from laser-cut acrylic discs mounted with neopixels including holes for stitching and connecting wire and conductive thread. The piece communicates to a web-based interface via arduino/processing setup. Its physical form emphasises the material nature of our bodies and its presence suggests a more tangible encounter with information.
A bespoke web-based interface was produced to control the colour and pattern of the lights according to participants mood which can be linked to any colour in the RGB spectrum. Using a web-based interface enables the pattern generator to be easily accessed via mobile phone.