Unnumbered Sparks by Koblin and Echelman
Sculpture designer Janet Echelman and interactive artist Aaron Koblin created Unnumbered Sparks. It's thought to be an interactive artwork. Led by visitors in real time through their mobile devices, the sculpture became a crowd-controlled visual artwork on a giant, floating canvas.
The sculpture spanned 745 feet between buildings in downtown Vancouver. At night, it came alive with illumination. Just through their mobile devices, visitors were able to paint huge light beams on the colour net.
The sculpture is a real web browser, concretely, Google Chrome. The lighting on the sculpture shows a fullscreen Chrome window over 10 million pixels in size.
Photo by Ema Peter
Visit their website to try out the interactive web model!
Unnumbered Sparks , Ema Peter , Google Chrome , 10 million pixels , Janet Echelman , Aaron Koblin , Interactive Artwork
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