Dutch art group Studio Roosegaarde is no stranger to interactive art installations, but it looks to really be upping its game with its latest project, which promises to change its form in response to human sounds and motion, assuming it doesn’t blind them first. To do that, the installation will apparently make use of an array of tubes, sensors, LEDs and unspecififed embedded electronics and "mechanisms," along with some software that will let the light show "evolve" its behavior over time. There’s no word as to where you might be able to leave your mark on it just yet, however, although the studio says it’ll be ready by the end of the year.
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