David Bowen Creates Installation That Mimics Remote Water Movement

By: Christopher DeLuca - Published: • References: vimeo & creativeapplications.net
David Bowen has created a brilliant design that mimics the movement of waves in a remote location. The Tele-Present Water installation collects wave information in real time from one of the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration's data buoy stations.

David Bowen created a design that bridges the geography gap and can communicate wave information anywhere in the world. This design could be transformative for how tsunamis are tracked and measured. David Bowen has definitely designed a piece worth taking a closer look at.

Implications - Consumers are interesting in communicating with the world around them in new and interesting ways. Technological innovation is at the forefront of this transformation in how consumers experience the world. Companies should take this into consideration when creating new products with forward-looking consumers.

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