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PROJECT DATA
TYPE SMART-DEVICE
PRODUCT DESIGN
LOCATION MELBOURNE, AU
CLIENT ORGANIC RESPONSE PTY LTD
DATE 2010+ 
TEAM CHRIS DUFFIELD
IAIN MAXWELL
DAVE PIGRAM
AWARDS WINNER
RED DOT DESIGN AWARD
2013











Organic Response

Melbourne, Au


oR


An Internet of Things [IoT] smart lighting device that uses intelligent self-organisation algorithms to save over 75% of office lighting energy.




Organic Response is an innovative lighting control system that uses peer-to-peer communication to create an intelligent and adaptive system without additional the need for complex (and expensive) custom site-specific programming.  Despite the extreme installation simplicity the system significantly outperforms all competing alternatives achieving much lower energy use, increased occupant comfort and better value. 

A smart Sensor Node is integrated into each light fitting before they are delivered to a building site. Equipped with motion and ambient light sensors as well as infrared receivers and transmitters, the Sensor Nodes regulate the light output according to the occupant’s behaviour and the ambient light, and shares this information with neighbouring nodes. The installation does not require additional wiring.

Supermanoeuvre was involved from the very beginning of this Australian technology startup’s journey contributing to strategy, producing the first simulation of the systems behaviour, the international award-winning industrial design of the sensor-node and producing many of the key explanatory and marketing drawings.
The Five Iris Eye
The Organic Response Sensor Node is the key element in a peer-to-peer system of senstation and communication.
The shape of the sensor node housing derives from the requirement to precisely mask the fields of view of each sensor and emmittor.
Sensor Node Fabrication Drawings
Assembled Sensor Node
Plans and Axonometric
NTS


Sensor Node Fabrication Drawings

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Sensor Node Mask
Plans and Axonometric
 NTS (Left)

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Sensor Node Casing
Plans and Axonometric
NTS (Right)

A Pair of Nodes
As soon as two nodes come within range of each other an intelligent lighting control network is automatically created.