Titled 'HARMONY,' this digital art installation is conceived by the creative minds at TeamLab Japan. The design studio's last art project, a floating garden reacted to visitors' movements and was controlled with complex mapping technology. This immersive project uses the same technology to map a rice field onto platforms that have been set up within a large exhibition space.
When inside the space, visitors will experience the movement and changing colors of this digital art installation. The installation is sensory and memorable, boasting projected rice field imagery that one will interact with as they walk through it.
Exhibited at Expo Milano 2015, 'HARMONY' celebrates Asia's rice-growing culture in a contemporary and visually striking way. The installation is experiential and uses modern technology to tell an immersive art story.
TeamLab Japan's Digital Art Installation Uses Mapping Technology
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