Interactive Art Installation explores what light smells like
Super Nature Design, a Shanghai-based design studio in China, has created an interactive art display that explores how natural beauty can influence creativity. The ‘Scent of Light’ project stimulates audiences with colorful visuals and intriguing works that conjure different emotions.
The projects such as ‘Floral’ and ‘Spin’ shows light in a different aspects and is able to stimulate cognitive senses in various ways. Projects such as ‘Lost in Pascal’s Triangle’ and ‘Prisma 1666? are based on Newton’s experiments with the light prism, and are presented in a unique and interactive experience.
The Scent of Light exhibition will be at the trendy area of Xintiandi in Shanghai until 20thSeptember, 2012. via PSFK
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