Design Drift Uses Bird Patterns as Artistic Inspiration for Flylight

By: Jessica Marcel - Published: Apr 2, 2010 • References: youtube & mocoloco
Design Drift took great pains in studying the flight patterns of birds before they began building Flylight, an interactive light experience. Flylight reacts to the audience that is viewing it. The idea behind Flylight is to replicate the movement of flocks of birds, which respond similarly based on external stimuli. The movements of Flylight are not exact, but the experience of interacting with a light installation is still interesting. Watch the video to see how Flylight works. Stats for Interactive Avian Lighting Trending: Older & Average
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