Beautiful installation by Jiayu Liu from Creators:
“To visualize more accurate shapes of the bubbles generated by the wave, the lighting needed to be constantly adjusted based on the real-time changes of the waves,” Liu explains. “The lighting system was installed on the moving slider, and it couldn’t be connected through cables [so] we used wireless communication through two antennas to cover the entire physical space.”
As Liu explains, the system presents multiple gradients of blue in the light blocks, which are coordinated with the breaking waves’ different positions. Liu says that this, combined with the use of multiple contexts, was meant to create a strong foundation of multidimensional thinking.
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