6uwu8KfUTSHc6sHH8HJkCPgZV4w Digital City Briefs - 30 Global Cities: An Interactive Cloud

Sunday, October 28, 2012

An Interactive Cloud

As some of us await the fury of Hurricane Sandy, many of us can take great pleasure in an interactive sculpture that responds to people as well as local weather elements such as temperature, wind, rain, and humidity. The sculpture explores the connection between people and our natural environment through light and sound.

Three ethereal canopies come alive when people approach: Patterns of changing light and sound invite one to discover new paths under and between them, inspiring impromptu gatherings or even improvised performances.”

Reference: Cloud, Heyri, Korea, 2012

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