In The Bubble

February 9, 2011 — Leave a comment

In The Bubble  investigates the relationship between the concept of social interaction and architectural installation. It makes use of a responsive capacity to create privatized bubbles around its participants. This is made possible through numerous computer-inspected pressure sensors which track the positions of the participants and electrical motors which shapes the dynamic bubbles. The participants are therefore a substantial part of the installation and its outcome. The bubble follows their every move.


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