Interactive Restaurant Interior Changes With The Seasons

Interactive Restaurant Interior Changes With The Seasons

The restaurant in Tokyo's Ginza district uses projections to create an immersive experience for diners

Emma Hutchings
  • 20 april 2017

Art collective teamLab has created a new multi-sensory dining experience in Tokyo’s Ginza district, which projects visuals onto the table and surrounding space in real time. These projections change depending on the dish to create an interactive meal. The idea behind the installation, titled ‘Worlds Unleashed and then Connecting,’ is that when a dish is placed on the table, the world contained within it is unleashed.

The worlds unleashed from the dishes can influence and combine with each other and react to diners’ actions. A bird may be released from one dish and perch on the branch of a tree unleashed from another. If the diner sits still, the bird may land on their hand, and if they move suddenly, it might fly away.

You can check out the unique interactive restaurant in the video below:


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