November 22, 2011

Interactive luminous landscape

The Dune Project projects a vision of a techno-centric nature and its creative application within public space. Viewers look at, walk around, and interact with a large, undulating field of light-emitting tubes.

Designed by Studio Roosegaarde, Dune is an interactive landscape which responds to the location and behavior of people. This natural-technological hybrid is represented by large numbers of fibers that are brightened according to the sound and motion of passing visitors. Studio Roosegaarde completed a recent installation of Dune which is 40 meters long and filled with interactive lights and sounds.

Contact: Studio Roosegaarde, Rotterdam, The Netherlands.

For more information, see Transmaterial 3: A Catalog of Materials that Redefine our Physical Environment

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