Thanks to the amazing capabilities of the 'Perspective Lyrique' interactive projection system, the dream of being able to play with real buildings as if they were made of Play Doh is finally one step closer.
Although it might seem like something out of a Hollywood movie, the mind-boggling technology uses the sound of human voices to visually twist the appearance of a structure at whim. Designed by 1024 Architecture, the installation "focuses on the interaction between body, space, sound, visual, low-tech and hi-tech, art and architecture," according to the firm, and recently awed a crowd of participants at the Celestin theatre in Lyon, France. After watching this video, its not hard to see why.
Perspective Lyrique Visually Warps Structural Facades Using Human Voices
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