The Unnumbered Sparks Exhibit is All About Collaboration

By: Michael Baxter - Published: Mar 20, 2014 • References: youtube & psfk
The Unnumbered Sparks exhibit is one of a kind. Not only is it a massive and beautiful experience, but it truly brings people together in a way that many other exhibits simply cannot.

This giant floating browser screen was set up in Vancouver as part of TED's 30th annual conference. It's approximately 300 feet long and made of ultralight fibers. If that wasn't impressive enough the interactivity part will blow you away.

The exhibit allows users to log in to a specific website on any browser of their choice, pick a color and draw on the site. After, the drawings show up in real time on the giant floating browser screen.

Unnumbered Sparks is creating joint experiences that make people feel like they're a part of something bigger than themselves. Stats for Gigantic Interactive Floating Browsers Trending: Older & Mild
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