Sensacell : Modular Sensor Surface

May 25th, 2005 | Filed under: Architecture, Design, Lighting, Materials, Products, Technology | 3 Comments »

The SENSACELL system is a new human interface technology for various interior and exterior applications and is scalable from a single module to 1000′s of square feet. The modular sensor detects objects within 6″ through materials such as glass, plastics, wood, tile, etc. The system’s network can also interface with a computer for control over any module within the system. Prices will range from $150- $350 per square foot, depending on the model, type and color of LEDs etc. [video]



6″ x 6″ module


view of the back (connection network)


interactive coffee table exhibition


3 Comments on “Sensacell : Modular Sensor Surface”

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