Franklin Institute- Electricity

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Franklin Institute- Electricity

This exhibit created an educational tie-in to Benjamin Franklin’s historic discoveries with electricity. The lighting design needed to be exciting and different from the other nearby exhibits. Led sources accent a raised deck where a kinetic dance platform allows guest to charge up the Tesla coil above. Lighting design included integrated display lighting with fiber optics and new (at the time) LED sources. Chroma team members completed full lighting design and budgeting.

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Project Category

Cultural

Project Location

Philadelphia, PA

Project Client

Franklin Institute

Fun Fact

Invented by Ben Franklin, the lighting rod was the first practical application of electrical knowledge and is still in use today

Project was principally designed by Chroma designers while at GWA Lighting

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