Everyware’s arduino based installation in Korea says “your mind can levitate the balls”. Too bad I can’t read Korean, because this is some cool sensor work.
Flow - Studio Roosegaarde
FLOW 5.0 is a smart wall composed of hundreds of ventilators that interact with passing visitors. By walking and interacting with this surface, visitors trigger the emergence of an illusive landscape created by transparent fields and artificial wind. Measuring several meters, the most recent version of FLOW heightens the visitor’s consciousness of himself as a collective body, becoming one with space and technology. [x]
Spandex and Processing meet with interactive musical harmony.
Boris Petrovsky’s 520 Lucky Cats are programmed with kinetic movement.
Tokujin Yoshioka - Rainbow Church, 2006-2010
“The idea of this architecture project “Rainbow Church” dates back to when I was in early 20s.
When I was in France for a business trip, I went to Vence, a commune located near Nice. There, I visited the Chapelle du Rosaire, which Henri Matisse, a French painter, created in his last years. I was engrossed in the beauty of the light that the chapel created.
I experienced a space filled with the light of Matisse: Being bathed in the sunlight of the Provence, the stained glass with Matisse’s vibrant colors suffused the room with full of colors. Since then, I had been dreaming of designing an architecture where people can feel the light with all senses.
This dreaming architecture project will be realized as a concept plan at the exhibition held at MUSEUM. beyondmuseum in Seoul from May, 2010. The exhibition is planned to last until the end of June. A 8-meter-high stained glass made with approximately 500 crystal prisms will be filling the space with rainbow colors as the light shines on it.”