Trace by HC Gilje "Created by HC Gilje and commissioned for LIAF 2013, Trace is a light-motion installation presented at the recent festival Lofoten Art Festival. LIAF 2013 takes its international participants and audiences to unusual sites such as a garage, a library, a shed, a hotel, a cinema, an Am-Car club, a residential house, a former shop,... Continue Reading →

United Visual Artists

"United Visual Artists (UVA) are an art and design practice based in London, creating work that lies at the intersections of sculpture, architecture, live performance and installation. The studio’s origins in design for live performance led to a sustained interest in spectacle, the relationship between passive and active participation, and the use of responsive systems... Continue Reading →

Patterned by Nature by Hypersonic

Patterned by Nature was commissioned by the North Carolina Museum of Natural Sciences ( for the newly built Nature Research Center in Raleigh, North Carolina. The exhibit celebrates our abstraction of nature’s infinite complexity into patterns through the scientific process, and through our perceptions. It brings to light the similarity of patterns in our universe,... Continue Reading →

Smart Inversion flying inflatable shape by Festo

"SmartInversion is a helium-filled flying object that moves through the air by turning inside-out. This constant, rhythmically pulsating movement is known as inversion and gives the flight model its name. With the intelligent combination of extreme lightweight construction, electric drive units and control and regulation technology, inversion kinematics can be indefinitely maintained to produce motion... Continue Reading →

Atmospheric Urbanism: Street Life + WiFiWeb

Atmospheric Urbanism: Graduate Design Research Studio (Spring 2010) Situated Technologies Research Group, University at Buffalo Street Life: Gayathri Kesavan Street Life proposes “smart” streetlights made from color shifting LEDs that dynamically change colors based on the presence of crowds and ambient noise levels. Proposal - The new streetlights designed for New York City uses Color... Continue Reading →

Living Light by The Living

This is a pavilion of glass trees called Living Light. It takes the air quality information from 27 sensors already stationed in throughout the city of Seoul, then displays it with lighting changes. Each canopy represents different a district of the city. People can receive texts with the current air quality and other info by simply... Continue Reading →

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