When the lights go down the excitement begins, according to lighting specialists Myotek which took the Car Design Dialogues viewers on a tour of the possibilities of light and design. Robert Miller ably assisted by Erik Measel showed a variety of projects, including animated badges and logos that mimicked or enhanced chrome. Even cupholders got a jazzy lighting treatment. Perhaps most interesting was the idea that lighting could communicate with pedestrians, perhaps as a safety measure considering the silence of EVs. Of course, that poses questions to do with informed behaviour – how many of us would be comfortable receiving information via a car light – but the thinking is encouragingly lateral.
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