adj. bearing light at the apex. syn. acrophotic ☐ acrophotally adv. acrophocy n. [f. Gk. ákros ‘tip, peak’ + photal]
Solar Powers of 10 is a solar-powered light sculpture that exhales a nocturnal ghost image of a Sun to increase public awareness for solar energy. Proposed in homage to Charles and Ray Eames’ s short documentary film “Powers of Ten,” Solar Powers of 10 is a low-cost, robust and versatile light-art installation, temporary or permanent, which can be presented in various sizes as land-art or as a billboard.
Self-powered and off-the-grid, Solar Powers of 10 sculptural installations are artistic in appearance, ecological in application, and civic in essence as they contribute to increasing the public’s awareness and knowledge of solar-powered lighting.
Solar Powers of 10 uses arrays of solar-powered pixels of monochromatic light (white and amber) which charge during the day. The model is not site specific: installations can be implemented in multiple locations in a variety of sizes and can be displayed horizontally at grade level or vertically as billboards. Audiences vary from local residents to unique visitors, including landing and departing plane passengers.
Solar Powers of 10 has been supported by and selected for: