teamLab is a Japanese creative collective that's known for its stunning immersive art installations -- a collection which now includes an LED labyrinth located in Tokyo that invites patrons to explore close to 32,000 square feet of digitized patterns.
The project incorporates a variety of different effects, including icicle-like hanging lights, kaleidoscopic water bodies and forest-inspired imagery. With this, teamLab's Tokyo immersive art installation compiles many of its past projects into one, including its recent 'Floating in the Falling Universe of Flowers' exhibit that shows LED lights respond to human interaction in real-time.
The immaculate multi-tiered labyrinth is set to run until the end of the summer, giving locals and travelers alike enough time to plan a visit.
teamLab's Immersive Art Project Spans Almost 32,300 Square Feet
Riley von Niessen — August 3, 2016 — Art & Design
References: team-lab.net & fubiz.net