Fascination with the usefulness of mathematicalstructures as well as properties of the course and projection of light were aninspiration of the project. The lamp is the result, of which the light issubstance, and structure is a three-dimensional amplification of a Voronoi diagram.
Inmathematics, a Voronoi diagram is a special kind of decomposition of a metricspace determined by distances to a specified discreteset of objects in the space, e.g., by a discrete set of points. It is namedafter Georgy Voronoi, also called aVoronoi tessellation, a Voronoidecomposition, or a Dirichlettessellation (after Lejeune Dirichlet),In the simplest case, we are given a set of points S in the plane, which arethe Voronoi sites. Each site s has a Voronoi cell, also called a Dirichlet cell, V(s) consisting of allpoints closer to s than to any other site. The segments of the Voronoi diagramare all the points in the plane that are equidistant to the two nearest sites.The Voronoi nodes are the points equidistant to three (or more) sites. A pointlocation data structure can be built on top of the Voronoi diagram in order toanswer nearest neighbour queries, where one wants to find the object that isclosest to a given query point. Nearest neighbour queries have numerousapplications.
Each cell is unique for the shape and is"powered" by one source of light causing its projection at differentangles. As a result a multi-figure pattern of various degree of intensitydevelops on surfaces of a lighted room and, every lamp in view because ofself-transparency isthe source of a warm light. Apart fromthis variation a possibility of using materials of a greater degree of transparencyalso exists, giving more light in the room, but minimizing the effect of castpattern and the contrary, i.e. using an opaque material in different colors, incase of which the holes of cells will be the only source of light.