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Robot Creates Art From Sleeping Patterns Of Paris Hotel Guests During The Night

Robot Creates Art From Sleeping Patterns Of Paris Hotel Guests During The Night
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ibis hotel is offering a new experience that has patrons sleep on a mattress embedded with 80 sensors which transmit data that is transformed into brush strokes while they're asleep.

Emma Hutchings
  • 27 september 2012

The hotel chain ibis is offering guests a unique experience that combines technology and art. A mattress embedded with 80 sensors transmits data about patron’s temperature, movements and sound while they sleep. A robot then transforms these signals into brush strokes live throughout the night to create a work of ‘Sleep Art’.

40 people will have the opportunity to take part and those interested can apply on Facebook. If selected, they will receive a copy of the artwork crafted from their sleep pattern. The Sleep Art experience will be available in three cities in Europe, starting with Paris (October 13-23), then Berlin (November 1-11) and London (November 19-23). Check out the video below to learn more:

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