Heat-Sensitive Fabric Responds to Touch and Temperature
The panels respond to the heat coming from the body, leaving a temporary print of the hand or shape of heat source.
Each panel is 24 by 24 inches, and is made of wood, foam and thermosensitive fabric.
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