The Principals Wave Dilfert captivates audiences with its dynamic interface.
The vivid colors of the flexible panel scales draw people into the cave-like structure created by the Wave Dilfert. As they travel beside and below the installation, viewers are entranced by the panels which start to shift and change in response to their own movements. The Principals use sensors that detect light and motion to create a space that is both entrancing and interactive, keeping people's attention for longer than a static installation would. This fluid structure was inspired by the Ushahidi project that maps hurricane disaster impacts to facilitate relief efforts.
Become engaged with the responsive surface structure of The Principals Wave Dilfert installation artwork.
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The Principals Wave Dilfert Engages Through Fluidity of Motion
- By: Gil HaddiNov 5, 2012