The Medusa installation by architect Sou Fujimoto is an undulating virtual experience. Located in London, visitors of this year's London Design Festival can use the mixed-reality glasses to manipulate their visual walk through the exhibit.
The Japanese architect collaborated with mixed relation studio Tin Drum to install the dynamic structure at the V&A Museum. Up to 50 guests at a time can explore the experimental architectural forms offered by Fujimoto. Visitors alter the effects of their mixed-reality glasses based on their individual movement.
The structure changes itself based on what it observes about the audience behavior by exploring the contrast between the individual and the collective. Tim Drum's contribution to the project includes the use of the science of bioluminescence.
Image Credit: Fujimoto