Research Meets Light Art in This Microsoft Installation

Research Meets Light Art in This Microsoft Installation

A human-computer interaction provides visitors with an immersive layout

Eva Recinos
  • 22 february 2016

On the surface, it might not seem like a light artist and a human-computer interaction researcher have a lot in common. But A Panorama of the Skies—an installation at Microsoft Headquarters made possible by Microsoft Research—proves that pairing a scientific brain with an artistic one can yield unique results.

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