The Hyper-Matrix by Jonpasang, a design collective based in Seoul, Korea, may just be the future of cinema. Perhaps that statement is extreme, especially considering that this installation involves an abstract pulsating wall rather than a more immersive movie experience. A unique creation, it is made up of "thousands of motorized cubes, all of which pulse into glorious, larger than life patterns," as written by Fast Co. Design.
Created for the Hyundai Motor Group Exhibition Pavilion at the 2012 Yeosu EXPO in Korea, the Hyper-Matrix by Jonpasang is specifically comprised of lightweight, 300mm x 300mm cubes, each attached to its own stepper motor and secured to a steel scaffolding. The show it puts on is mesmerizing.
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