Ledmotive used by the National Gallery in London
Our lights have been used by the National Gallery in the exhibition “Making Colour In the Mind”. A different number of metamers where produced to illuminate artwork and were evaluated by around 20.000 visitors.
The National Gallery (London, UK) is using our lights to study the color perception of paintings under different illuminations (i.e. spectral compositions) and the damage potential of different light patterns on pigments. In this video, our LED modules are used by the NG scientists to illuminate the “The Rape of Sabine Women” by Peter Paul Rubens under different light spectra. This was a life event posted on Facebook by the National Gallery to celebrate the British Science Week.