A 6 metre long LED tunnel for the National Science Museum of Thailand. Neon flex is a kind of LED strip that mimics the look of traditional neon tube lighting and is designed to be as flexible as a rope with uniform lighting throughout. The lighting animation can also be controlled via a DMX controller running a video file of your choice. The aesthetic effect of the user experience walking through the tunnel is to convey the idea of travelling through time and space. The audience is immersed and bathed in streaks of moving lights as the tunnel leads them to the main exhibit area. I was responsible for making sure the LED lights work. More info on the making-of and behind-the-scenes can be found on my blog entry here.