Everyday Atmospheres challenges the current standard of fixed interior lighting conditions. Rather than fill a space with a predetermined quality of light, the project creates interior atmospheric lighting conditions in flux. Using a small onboard processor, the light regularly receives weather and time of day conditions via WiFi. This data is than translated into a number of various coloured gradients that are representative and fitting for current outdoor conditions.
The project is an ongoing research project exploring how interior environments can be thoughtfully modified in real time through intelligent sensors. It is an ongoing research project created with the Royal College of Art's Information Experience Design Programme.
The light holds the potential to be especially useful and appropriate in architectural environments that have little connection to the outside.