Light Cushion Installation Comes Alive With Human Feet

Light Cushion Installation Comes Alive With Human Feet
Design

An installation of circular units that sense and "listen" to human movement to emit sound and colored illumination.

Keerthana Jagadeesh
  • 11 july 2013

Colorado-based artist Jen Lewin has created a public interactive light and sound installation entitled The Pool. It is composed of 106 circular pads that form dazzling concentric circles and communicate with each other wirelessly.

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