With the completion of the RGB installation at the Sir John Barrow Monument in Ulverston we have taken a look back at some of our other bespoke projects and installations; for example PAMELA Labs back in January 2013. We have since worked with PAMELA Labs on further applications in 2015 and 2016.

January 2013:

Marl visited PAMELA Labs (Pedestrian Accessibility and Mobility Environment Laboratory), University College London where we have installed x6 high intensity panels and x15 RGBAW (Red, Green, Blue, Amber, White) DMX controlled high intensity spot lights.

The LED lighting Marl have installed for PAMELA Labs aims to aid in their research by allowing for experimentation with light and colour.

About PAMELA Labs:

PAMELA has a wide-ranging brief to understand what accessibility is, why it is important, what barriers to access exist, how these could be eliminated or reduced and who these barriers affect. PAMELA's research tries to understand how people are disabled by poor design of the transport system so that we can learn how to provide accessible systems that enable people to achieve their potential.