Interactive Public Light Sculpture Is Controlled By Users’ Smartphones

Interactive Public Light Sculpture Is Controlled By Users’ Smartphones
technology

'Photophore' is an art installation designed to be controlled and manipulated by passersby using their mobile devices.

Andrew Vaterlaus-Staby
  • 9 november 2012

Photophore is an interactive light installation built by Danish communication design office Kollision in collaboration with projection company Martin Professional and lighting designers Matja Winkelmann and Jochen Schröder. As part of Frankfurt’s biennial festival of lights, the project is projected along the Main River on a five-story building. Acting like a veil of light shielding the building, Photophore lets passersby interact with and explore the artwork by manipulating it using their own smatphone.

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