Future Workspaces Might Be Built from Pixels
MIMIC's design combines functions of privacy dividers, acoustic control, media display and interior lighting
The quest to bring the characteristics of a dynamic online environment into physical space has been undertaken by a lot of creative people already. It remains a largely experimental area of design sometimes referred to as media architecture. The point of it is to transform static buildings and interior spaces into ones that can change their appearance or react to occupants via digital technology.
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