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Tag: Installation

Een Maal is the World’s First One-Person Restaurant

Een Maal is the World’s First One-Person Restaurant
Many people are uncomfortable with the prospect or even just the idea of eating alone at a restaurant. I’d like to say that I’m so confident that I can’t relate to this feeling, but I can’t,…
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There’s a Downpour in MoMA’s ‘Rain Room’, But You Won’t Get Wet

There’s a Downpour in MoMA’s ‘Rain Room’, But You Won’t Get Wet
You never know what you’ll find or walk into when you’re at the Museum of Modern Art in New York City. For example,¬†Random International’s¬†“Rain Room” is currently on display there until July 28th. Being…
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Luminogeist 3D iPhone Displays: Prism Power

Luminogeist 3D iPhone Displays: Prism Power
People love their smartphones, and it’s hard to remember how we actually managed to get anything done in the past with only our dumbphones. Check out this interesting digital art installation from Japan that highlights smartphones.…
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Waterbed Pavement: I Feel the Earth Move Under My Feet

Waterbed Pavement: I Feel the Earth Move Under My Feet
A couple of months ago, we saw people bouncing along to their destinations thanks to design firm Salto’s Fast Track trampoline¬†installation. Pathways are once again getting a redesign, this time of the watery kind, with…
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See-Through Public Toilet Lets You Do a Number Two While the Rest of the World Passes You By

See-Through Public Toilet Lets You Do a Number Two While the Rest of the World Passes You By
Having to take a dump in public is the subject of many people’s nightmares. And that nightmare is about to become a reality if you suddenly have the urge to go and the closest toilet you…
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Study of Time Clock: LEDs and Shadows Tell Time

Study of Time Clock: LEDs and Shadows Tell Time
Did you ever think that a modern clock would use shadows to tell the time? This timepiece reminds me of sundials, but it’s definitely the high-tech version, using a plethora of LED lights to showcase the…
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Stormtroopers Invade South Beach

Stormtroopers Invade South Beach
I’m not sure exactly what brought this on, but a bunch of Stormtroopers were recently spotted hanging out at a building in Miami Beach. Why? Why not, I say. Apparently, these wacky hi-jinx are the work…
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905 Ping Pong Balls Turned Into an Interactive Video Screen

905 Ping Pong Balls Turned Into an Interactive Video Screen
This unique art installation uses a canvas of 905 individual ping pong balls as a projection surface for interactive video imagery. For his work titled 905, artist maybites suspended 67 strings of ping pong balls in…
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Digital Clock Needs 48 Analog Hands to Tells Time

Digital Clock Needs 48 Analog Hands to Tells Time
It took me a second to figure out what was going on when I first got a look at this table full of analog clocks. But once I stood back from my screen, I realized that…
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Your Old Pcs Can Become a Beautiful Sunset

Your Old Pcs Can Become a Beautiful Sunset
OK, so obviously your old PCs can’t become a real sunset, at least not without some serious Harry Potter-style intervention. However, “Mauritian Sunset” is the name of this art installation where they put together a whole…
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Blow Up: Amplifies Breath Into a Windstorm

Blow Up: Amplifies Breath Into a Windstorm
This incredible art installation records the tiniest human breathing patterns and magnifies them into a room-filling blast of wind. Created by interactive artist Scott Snibbe, Blow Up is comprised of two main pieces. On one side…
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