TTLamp | modular and connected lamp

TTLamp is a modular and connected lamp, a plug and play device that lets anyone build their own light source. Produced by Digitalarti, the TTLamp lets individuals build their own a lamp by simply assembling modules. A new, creative light source can be created in a matter of seconds, allowing the owner to change it at anytime.

Whether light is needed as a simple desk lamp for an office or a lamp for an end table in a living room, TTLamp allows to create a lamp in three  steps: pick a base, add a support and assemble a few light modules.

 

TTLamp also allows for bigger light sources by providing base and module options of all different sizes. All lamps can be controlled via smartphone, allowing individuals to change the color, intensity and effect of each module or the lamp as a whole.

TTlamp was invented by Mossimato, a new media artist and digital creator whose work is at the crossroads of objects, sculptures and media technologies. He needed LED lights adjustable to various needs, so he started to build specific lamps using tubes and plumbing fittings. The unique modular light concept created was named after the Jack connector that is used to connect modules. TT is also short for “Tube Together”.

 

“We all need light and we there are many options available to consumers, but they are not flexible and lack customization,” said Mossimato, the creator of TTLamp. “The TTLamp is an incredibly light, plug-and-play light source that will change the way people think about their light sources in their home or office.”

 

The TTLamp lets individuals build their own a lamp by simply assembling modules. A new, creative light source can be created in a matter of seconds, allowing the owner to change it at anytime.

 

The TTLamp uses a patent-pending design that works by plugging modules using jacks to transmit both current and data. The device is comprised of modules containing LED lights for low energy consumption.

TTLamp was designed, developed and built in Digitalarti’s artlab with the participation of the whole team including Baptiste Cervantes, electrical engineer, and Arnaud Colasse, designer.

 

We plan to launch TTLamp in 2016.

 

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