Light as Interactive Art

It’s fascinating to see firsthand what people are doing with new LED technologies, and nowhere more interactively than LUMOUS:  the Darling Quarter Light Display in Darling Harbour, Australia.  Created by Bruce Ramus, it is described as a radiantly digital facade (that will) redefine the way we think of public art, play and communication.

It is visually stunning.  Imagine a wall spanning 150 meters,  brilliantly lit with 557 LED’s, powered by solar energy, and complely controlled by you, the user.  The user experience defines the art.  There’s even an option to interact remotely with the exhibit through a weblink here.

Makes you wonder if there’s anything like this here in Canada…

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