Hospital Sculpture Interacts With Human Heartbeats

Hospital Sculpture Interacts With Human Heartbeats
Design

The artwork at the Royal Manchester Children’s Hospital uses digital lighting, medical monitoring equipment and control devices.

Emma Hutchings
  • 16 may 2012

This interactive artwork by Andrew Small and Steven Almond was commissioned for the Royal Manchester Childrens’ Hospital in the UK. The sculpture uses digital lighting, medical monitoring equipment and control devices, and it becomes a heart rate monitor when people interact with it.

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