The interactive beam enriches the visitor's riding experience.
The interactive beam enriches the visitor's riding experience. The road of light at night, with distinct layers of lights, extends the visitors' vision. The Light Path is not only a place, but also a feeling of light.
LandLAB and MonkMacKenzieArchitects are working together to convert an unused section of infrastructure into a bikeway facility at a motorway interchange in central Auckland - the 'Trail of Light', an interesting and sculptural bikeway facility. (TeAraIWhiti-Lightpath).
The project was designed to create a composite space that encourages exploration, discovery and stopping, while supporting its intended function as a bike path. The combination of adjacent highway infrastructure and wider cityscapes creates a scene experience journey along the way. On an urban scale, the pavement becomes a form that connects all directions during the day and a dynamic and vibrant light sculpture at night.
The curved bridge deck follows the old terrain and extends 700 meters in length to become the connecting urban surface. 300 individual LED lamp posts controlled by sensors stand on the bridge, creating a vivid interactive urban lighting sculpture by responding to different user exercise styles and intensifies in a timely manner. This flexible technical facility also creates possibilities for future evolving lighting schemes.
The emergence of electricity, let human productivity get a leap, and the emergence of incandescent lamp, also created the history of human electricity to light.
A lamp, a lighting item, generally a device that illuminates. In ancient times, humans used torches for lighting, and later candles and oil lamps. In ancient times, "candle" is a kind of torch made of flammable materials, which is used to hold the torch that has been lit, called candle; Piles of thin grass and twigs placed on the ground for lighting are called singes, those outside the door are called candles, and those inside the door are called singes.
There are three kinds of solar panels on the market for solar lighting: monocrystalline silicon solar panels, polycrystalline silicon solar panels and amorphous silicon solar panels. The conversion rate of monocrystalline silicon panels is higher, between 15-21%, followed by polycrystalline silicon panels, which can reach 16%, and the cost is also lower than that of monocrystalline silicon panels, so it is used by most lighting manufacturers.