Interactive Light Installation Inspired By Sir Isaac Newton [Video]

Interactive Light Installation Inspired By Sir Isaac Newton [Video]

Prisma 1666 lets users experience the light refraction properties of prisms.

Emma Hutchings
  • 22 november 2011

This art installation, a collaboration between Wonwei and Shanghai-based design studio Super Nature Design, is entitled Prisma 1666. It consists of 15 triangular crystal blocks, or prisms, distributed randomly on a white surface. Two projectors display various colors, angles and shapes onto the prisms, which are then refracted and dispersed. Users can experiment with them by interacting with the projections through a touch-screen interface.

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