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Terrarium Bases Growth on the Voices of Onlookers

By: Tisah Tucknott - Published:   Updated: Mar 31 2011 • References: zanyparade & likecool
This interactive and sonic ecosystem called Terrarium is an installation that moves based on the sounds people make.

The sounds are captured through sound vents and are sucked in by Seed Spitters in an attempt to process them. The processed sounds also help sustain life within the ecosystem.

What a cool, futuristic installation!

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