Glow Box

Michael Simpson, Yeseul Song

A light sculpture that is able to both absorb and reproduce a graphical image.


Glow Box is a 3d printed and fabricated light sculpture hanging in mid-air. A graphical image generated in real-time is projected on one side of the object. The image illuminates the object and then is reproduced on another side of the object. A matrix of fiber optics embedded in the object allow the object to be functioning as an analog screen. On display is a visualization of solution space solving XOR problems using neural network.

The project needs to be placed in a dark space. For the installation plan, please see the sketch attached in this submission (installation-plan.jpg).


Designing for Digital Fabrication, Intro to 3D Printing