Posts Tagged ‘LED Sculpture’
A hand-soldered LED chandelier hangs in a client’s newly-renovated home. Jason Krugman Studio hand-makes LED mesh and uses it to produce bespoke light sculptures. More information on the artist’s website: http://www.jasonkrugman.com/austin/
LED Light Sculpture. I recently refined the design for this sculpture and exhibited at Cornell University. A link to the project’s webpage is here.
This holiday season, the several of Jason Krugman Studio’s “Freddy” sculptures will grace the shipping containers of Deklab Market. The work was originally installed for the Brooklyn Night Bazaar hosted by Dekalb Market and sponsored by Aaron Broudo.
This solar circuit is what I am going to use for my thesis. It charges ultra capacitors. While the voltage coming in to the capacitors is larger than the voltage they are holding, they absorb more electricity. If the voltage in the solar cells drops below the voltage already stored in the caps, the diode prevents it from flowing backward. The circuit uses a transistor to act as a voltage trigger. Based on the value of the resistor at its base, the voltage threshold can be adjusted. When the voltage coming in through the solar panels falls below the threshold, the circuit stops charging, and instead discharges from the caps through the LED.