Infinity of Flowers, opening in Tokyo this month, is an interactive display that uses technological innovations to convey the circle of life in nature

teamLab, a Tokyo-based group of artists and ultra-technologists, has teamed up with Gucci for a new digital art installation that features flowers from Tokyo, Japan, set against an endless space.

The art installation, called Infinity of Flowers, does not merely showcase a large digital mural of flowers, but it also shows a real-time visual of the growth and death of the flowers using a computer program.

The installation runs on a computer program that generates the art work in real time. Viewers will be able to see the flowers grow, bud and bloom, and slowly die, scattering and withering away before they finally fade from the display. Then it all starts all over again.

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