MODULAR LED SET DESIGN

MEPTIK WAS APPROACHED TO DESIGN THE SET FOR THE 2013 SALT CONFERENCE, WHICH WAS BASED AROUND THE CONCEPT OF THE PIXEL. ALONE, A PIXEL SEEMS MEANINGLESS, BUT GROUPED TOGETHER WITH OTHER PIXELS, IT CAN FORM AN IMAGE. THE SAME CAN ALSO BE SAID ABOUT COMMUNITY. BY THEMSELVES, A PERSON'S LIGHT CAN ONLY SHINE SO BRIGHT, BUT TOGETHER IN COMMUNITY, THE POSSIBILITIES ARE LIMITLESS. 

THE SET WAS CREATED IN A MODULAR DESIGN AND WAS COMPRISED OF ONE HUNDRED CUSTOM-MADE PANELS. EACH PANEL WAS EIGHTEEN INCHES SQUARED AND COULD BE CLIPPED TO THE OTHER PANELS.

THE PANELS WERE COVERED IN WHITE FABRIC, WHICH ALLOWED FOR THEM TO BE PROJECTION MAPPED, AND WERE ALSO LINED ON THE INSIDE WITH LED STRIP TAPE. THIS ENABLED EACH PANEL TO LIGHT UP INDIVIDUALLY AS A SINGLE PIXEL. 

THE SET WAS ALSO BUILT ON A KABUKI SYSTEM, WHICH ALLOWED IT TO COME CRASHING DOWN AT THE PRESS OF A BUTTON DURING AN IMPORTANT MOMENT AT THE CONFERENCE.