An installation features 30x30cm blocks that move in and out of the internal facade of the building to make rippling patterns.
Seoul-based media arts group Jonpasang experimented with a physical and visual interactive experience by creating the Hyper-Matrix. This installation for the Hyundai Motor Group Exhibition Pavilion in Korea features a steel construction that supports thousands of stepper motors controlling 30x30cm cubes. Creative Applications reports that these cubes move in and out of the building’s internal facade to create an infinite number of configurations. They form various shapes and patterns, moving with sounds and interacting with the audience. Projection mapping is also used to enhance the performance.
Watch the Hyper-Matrix in action in the video below: