Refik Anadol opened Machine Hallucinations: Sphere at the Las Vegas Sphere. The first creative installation for the venue dubbed an artificial intelligence data sculpture. The 580,000-square-foot spherical LED screen will be swirled in an AI generated animation pulling from NASA and nature.
By default, open for public viewing. Learn more from the LATimes:
The first “chapter” uses about 1.1 million publicly available images taken by satellites and spacecraft, including from the International Space Station and NASA’s Hubble telescope
The second chapter uses about 300 million publicly sourced images of flora and fauna from national parks worldwide as well as data sets on wind, gust speeds, precipitation and air pressure gathered from wind sensors in Las Vegas.
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