Artist Geoffrey Drake-Brockman created this interactive light pond for the Perth Childrens Hospital out of 2,080 pixel tubes. This artwork, called “Surface” is part of the “Healing Environment” of the hospital. Even a child in a wheelchair can interact with it!
“Surface” has sensors so when you move underneath it a “virtual stone” is thrown into its “virtual pond” – causing light ripples to spread out and combine. Sometime a virtual beachball is rolled in instead. This artwork gives kids a pond to throw stones into, right in the middle of the hospital!
“Surface” is also the largest interactive light matrix artwork in the world – at over 10 meters long by 4 meters wide, with over 16,000 pixels.
More info: drake-brockman.com.au
When the artwork sees you, a virtual stone is thrown into its virtual pond.
The artwork “Surface” is 10 meters long and 4 meters wide
The “Surface” artwork has over 16,000 pixels
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