c6-2c6-3c6-4c6-61つのLEDの光に対し紙を使用し、拡散させ投影することにより手軽に巨大なディスプレイ製作する。1ドットごとに面発光するLEDを再生可能な紙素材に組み込むことにより、環境に配慮しどこにでもDIYで設置でき、自由に形を変えることの可能なLEDディスプレイを開発した。ディスプレイを構成する1ドット構造は、上下左右斜め、それぞれが均等な距離で構成され、基盤配線や積み上げた際の構造に優れ、平面のみならず立体物にも展開可能である。ビルを包むような巨大なスクリーンにしたとしても、消費電力は白熱電球1つ程度またそれ以下に抑えることも可能である。21世紀のデジタルファブリケーションの時代において、世界中の家庭や企業などがプリンターやレーザーカッターを使用して出力し基盤を組み込めば世界最大のディスプレイをつくることも可能。徳島発のエコロジカルでDIYなディスプレイの展開例として徳島大学学生によるMellotron choirマシーンやインタラクティブな映像の発表を行なう。

The gigantic display was easily produced by using a piece of paper with each LED light bulb and diffusing and projecting the light. Incorporating one plane emission LED for each dot into paper, a renewable resource, this LED display is eco-friendly, producible as a do-it-yourself project, and can be flexibly sized and reconfigured. The single-dot construction with positioning equidistant on the horizontal, vertical and diagonal axes is superior to a wiring board or cumulative structure design, and is suitable for either planar or three-dimensional deployment. Even with this gigantic screen that virtually encloses a building, power consumption can be held to the level of a single incandescent light bulb, or lower. In the 21st-century era of digital fabrication, through an infrastructure of households and businesses around the world deploying printers and laser cutters, the world’s largest displays could be produced. Possible uses for this Tokushima-developed eco-friendly DIY display could include demonstrations by University of Tokushima students of a Mellotron choir machine or interactive video.

W745cm x H1343cm x W14cm

展示期間:12月16日[金]-12月25日[日] 18:00〜22:00

作家:徳島大学アート創生プロジェクト 徳島大学大学院総合科学部 准教授 佐原理


「The Hidden Tune」学生部門入選
2013/徳島LED xアート 第3回特別展 (ガレリア新蔵)徳島LEDアートフェスティバル2013 「ヒカリノハコ」を出品

Artist: Osamu Sahara

Born 1978 in Aichi Prefecture. PhD degree, 2013, Media Professional Course, Nagoya University. Currently an associate professor at the University of Tokushima, Faculty of Integrated Arts and Sciences, specializing in imagery, design and art education.
The Art Creation Project was started in 2007 at the University of Tokushima to enable students and teachers in the Faculty of Integrated Arts and Sciences to contribute to community revitalization through the creation of LED artworks. This year, with the cooperation of teachers from the Faculty of Science and Technology, we designed an electronic display made of paper that can be made by non-professionals (DIY) and is a step toward fabrication of the largest displays in the world. For the LED Art Festival, the students and staff of the Art Creation Project created the structure and programming for a DIY display, as a contribution toward the creative potential of Tokushima.

2007/Guided the design and fabrication of LED lanterns, at the request of the Uchimachi Community Council
2008/Guided the design and fabrication of LED lanterns, at the request of the Shinmachi Community Council
Installation of decorative LED parasols along the Shinmachi boardwalk
2010/Works recognized in the Tokushima LED Art Festival, Student Division: “Yubisasaretai”, 2nd Prize. “Whirlpools”, 3rd Prize. “The Hidden Tune”, Honorable Mention.
2011/Public workshop for making “Yurebi” LED lanterns which were displayed at Azumaya in the Shinmachi River Park.
2012/“Power Generating Flower Field” installed at Tokushima LED Art Festival.
2013/“Light Box” shown at the 3rd Tokushima LED x Art Special Exhibition (Galeria Shinkura), Tokushima LED Art Festival.
2014/LED Art Linkage Project, “Tokushima University Suketo Wonderland 2014 (LED Illumination)”
2015/LED Art Linkage Project, “Tokushima University Suketo Wonderland 2015 (LED Illumination)”

DIY! 紙でつくるLEDディスプレイ