Swing Time / Höweler + Yoon Architecture / Boston / USA / 2014 Swing Time is an interactive playscape composed of 20 illuminated ring-shaped swings. The installation activates a temporary park between the Boston Convention and Exhibition Center and D Street to create a new type of city park.
Makes the building look much more interesting, "SUPPORT STREET ART, IT MAKES LIFE INTERESTING"
An artist from the MIT Media Lab has created an interactive painting of a dandelion field, where viewers can blow on the seeds and watch the glowing sparks fly, fall and give life to new flowers. Jie Qi, a doctoral student at the lab's High-Low Tech group and graduate in mechanical engineering, intersperses electronic design with paper and textiles to create novel concepts like Pu Gong Ying Tu (translated as Dandelion Painting).
cool shadow from the lamp. It's in Japanese but I bet you could figure out how to do it
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Man with No Shadows by Makoto Tojiki: Consruction of a life-sized man made of LED lights which hang on threads from the ceiling.
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