Volumetric lighting allows visitors to see voxels (volumetric pixels) of light in space. The light source is modeled as a transparent object in a container of volume. The resulting effect is of passing through a hologram. The use of mirrors and advanced technology, unlock the power of three-dimensional visualization to create a cascade of luminescent particles that appear suspended in infinite space. The individual light particles in an architectural format offer virtually endless opportunities for formal reinvention. The Volumetric installation powered by Led Pulse, Dragon02 technology, features a unique configuration exclusive to Mercer Labs. This remarkable installation, the largest of its kind, and incorporates 507,000 LED neurons-microchips, meticulously synchronized to create an unparalleled visual experience.

On View:

Roy Nachum x LED Pulse

New Nature is Nachum’s interpretation of the romantic conception of the sublime. Elements of nature, intuition, surprise, symmetry, and biomorphism, form through luminescent particles. The installation experiments with the relationship between sculpture and landscape through a holographic light source. Transforming in realtime the ethereal light architecture feeds the environment with hypnotic and meditative energy. As the space shifts, Nachum an architect of space, transports the viewers to new worlds and other planes through movement and reflection.


Powered by Ledpulse’s Dragon02 technology, the revolutionary volumetric installation features a unique configuration exclusive to Mercer Labs. The largest of its kind, the installation incorporates 507,000 LED neurons-microchips, meticulously synchronized to create an unparalleled visual experience.

The system works with a self-developed exclusive software. The information is transmitted by video signal. The pixel information contains the tridimensional information encripted in a pixel (2D) to voxel (3D) translation.

Dragon02 technology leverages engineering and programming principles from the development of guided missiles for the Belarusian army. This innovative system incorporates special microchips that transform basic LED lights into intelligent machines, acting as miniature brains to control light points in a neuronal manner. In 2016, a breakthrough occurred with the creation of a low-resolution flat panel prototype, marking a significant advancement from single linear dimension LED lights to three-dimensional video systems.

The key to this technology lies in the relationship between the second and third dimensions. Each higher dimension encompasses all previous ones, with the third dimension seen as an infinite sequence of aligned two-dimensional layers. A process of "deconstruction" involves breaking down three-dimensional reality into 2D layers using a system of Booleans, which are then reconstructed within the display. This revolutionary technology represents a quantum leap in advancement, challenging our understanding and control of light.