Giant Chrome Browser Floats Above Vancouver’s Waterfront [Video]
Vistors can interact with Google's 300-foot textile sculpture
As part of TED’s 30th annual conference, Creative Director of the Data Arts Team at Google Aaron Koblin partnered with artist Janet Echelman to create a huge interactive installation that fills the sky over Vancouver’s waterfront. It’s called Unnumbered Sparks, and is actually one giant Chrome window that passersby can interact with.
Even though it’s made from ultralight fibers, the 300-foot long sculpture still has to be anchored to a nearby skyscraper, and claims to be one of the largest textile sculptures ever made.
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