Aquatic Colors Focuses on a Breathtaking Bloom of Jellyfish

By: Meghan Young - Published: Oct 18, 2012 • References: & mymodernmet
The Aquatic Colors interactive installation is a sight to behold, not to mention experience for oneself. Inspired by the underwater world, it shines with a deep blue glow, turning each and every visitor into a sea creature themselves. Yet it is the simulated jellyfish that steal the show. The Aquatic Colors interactive installation revolves around a bloom of jellyfish, which will mesmerize in a magical way.

Created by Japanese artist Takahiro Matsuo in collaboration with architect Akihisa Hirata, the Aquatic Colors installation may be an exploration through light, projections and architecture, but it is the interaction that will truly win people over. As people mill about closer or farther away from the walls of the Aquatic Colors installation, the number of jellyfish increase or decrease. Stats for Underwater-Simulating Installations Trending: Older & Buzzing
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