teamLab's 'Transcending Boundaries' Projects Flowers on People

By: Laura McQuarrie - Aug 12, 2016
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'Transcending Boundaries' is the name of a new free interactive digital exhibit from teamLab in Tokyo, Japan with a specific dress code that advises people to wear white. This is because visitors who enter the dark space will be able to have digital flowers blossom on them. teamLab explains that: "When the viewer is still, more flowers are born and simultaneously bloom. When the viewer moves the flowers begin to wither, die and fade away."

Most impressively, the flowers that are generated as part of this installation appear thanks to a real-time computer program, which means that no two people will have quite the same experience.

Other than 'Flowers Bloom on People,' Transcending Boundaries also features other exhibits of the same style like 'The Void' and 'Flutter of Butterflies Beyond Borders.'