E Ink and Ueberall announce eFlow
Ueberall International, an experiential design firm, and E Ink Holdings (EIH) have announced eFLOW, an interactive sculpture consisting of 52 strips of E Ink Prism 16 feet long and formed in the shape of a large band of fibers.
The technology uses motion sensing transducers to activate the Prism film, and through external sensory inputs, eFLOW comes alive by detecting and responding to the presence and movement of people in its vicinity.
The composition of eFLOW utilizes the recently introduced Prism film for architecture and Ueberall’s expertise in creating narrative designs and unique spatial experiences.
Prism expands the scope of electronic ink into applications beyond displays. Artists and architects can use the technology as a way of transforming surfaces by introducing dynamic elements into their designs as they see fit.
eFLOW will be on display during the SEGD NEXPO Conference at the Sheraton Towers in Chicago, June 4-6, 2015.