OLEDs can be controlled digitally with the different inputs. They are perfectly qualified for complex lighting solutions in the realms if interior architecture and scenography. The installation CIRRUS 64 is based on OLED components emitting light in opposite directions: into the room and onto the wall. A special, patented algorithm keeps the luminance in the room at a constant level, whilst different interaction-based information is displayed on the arrangement of OLEDs. The configuration on display reacts to the presence of people in close proximity to the installation. Further interactive functionalities can easily be implemented. CIRRUS 64 is comprised of 64 lighting panels, each featuring two OLEDs (128 in total) and a number of flokk controllers.