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Lumofracto is a cluster formation of various 3-D polyhedral and pyramid paper shapes, with different textures and patterns added to the different faces. The structure mimics the complex crystalline structure of crystal cave formations. The formation gains life when light is shone through it by incandescent lights, from which a passerby can visually see the energy usage of Baker Hall, one of the main academic buildings on Carnegie Mellon University's campus. A high luminosity indicates sustainable energy usage while a low luminosity indicates wasteful energy usage. This structure was made to bring awareness of energy consumption in Baker Hall and allow for an aesthetic display of it.

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