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Motion control + flowers = weird, delightful

Exploring the intersection of technology with art is an installation in Japan called the “Floating Flower Garden” consisting of over 2,300 real, living flowers suspended in the air and motion-controlled. Floating Flower Garden is the latest installation by TeamLab, a Japanese art collective of “ultra-technologists” lead by Toshiyuki Inoko. As viewers move through the installation space, 3D cameras track them, moving the flowers up and out of the way so the viewer is constantly in a hemisphere of flowers, and multiple audience members can be tracked at once.


A little different than some of the art I post, but I love the intersection of the organic and outdoors-ey with the technological element of tracking the users and moving the garden around them.

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