Ryo Kishi created this zero gravity sphere sculpture that aims to investigate kinetics. The sculpture is titled 'ObOrO' and looks like a magic trick, but actually boasts a very simplistic design.
While the zero gravity sphere installation features random orbs that appear to be floating, they are being elevated with high-pressure airwaves. Ryo Kishi creates a mind-bending interactive display using these floating balls coupled with psychedelic lights and hand-gestured motions. With a simple touch of the weightless balls, the entire display can be completely altered.
This unique science fiction display brings futuristic elements into present day. The combination of spotlights and fans is described as a "luminescent fragile structure," which aims to foreshadow the future of design.
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