HexWall is a modular touch screen wall light. This design allows the user to effectively swipe where they want or need light, turning the walls into a canvas for illumination using their hand as the brush.
Turn the interior architecture into a canvas for illumination with your hand as the brush.
Your wall is your canvas…
Take full control of the designs and patterns you want to create with HexWall Modular lights, and unleash your creativity and come up with your own patterns and shapes that represents your vision of how your home or office should look like.
Fits any interior…
The best thing about HexWall Modular light is that its design is so clean and unique, that the wall panel setup will perfectly fit any room or office space.
Improve the overall feel of the interior with the ability of turning on and off each individual light, which gives you a full control over how bright the area should be.
Touch the light…
The wall lamp is turned on and off through the physical touch from the user. Using capacitive sensors as the switch, when the user’s body comes into contact with the surface it will toggle each component on or off. This design allows the user to effectively swipe where they want or need light.
Connect as many as you want…
The individual components can be easily pieced together via the magnets that are located around the edges of the product. The hexagonal shape allows the pieces to tessellate together and gives the opportunity for a variety of multiple different structures. This process allows the user to create a light that suits the needs they have. The customer can purchase as many units as they need.
How it works
With the power running through the product, each individual component is turned on and off via a capacitive touch sensor incorporated into each piece.
The underlying idea for the product is to give the user the ability to turn the interior architecture of a space into the light source. It gives potential for the user to just swipe the surface of the wall and it will illuminate the path of their touch. Turning the interior architecture into a canvas for illumination with the users hand as the brush.
Only the central units need to be rigidly connected, allowing the user to move around the other units to make different shapes. We tested various methods and the best solution was a choice of either nails or just sticky pads running around the perimeter of the rear face.
Nails are the most secure attachment and a template for their placement would be provided with the product. The sticky tabs provide an alternative or a back up to the nail connection if mounting onto surfaces where nails cannot be used, for example glass or tiles.