Wind 3.0

September 6, 2010

Interactive ventilator wall

Wind 3.0 is an interactive wall feature composed of hundreds of fibers which respond to a viewer’s presence based on a connection between electronic sensors and ventilators. Wind 3.0 moves with the viewer—when there is a lot of activity the wall makes large fluid motions, while in other circumstances the fiber animation resembles a soft breeze. In this way, a direct relationship is made between human behavior and sculptural dynamics. Developed by Netherlands-based Studio Roosegaarde, Wind 3.0 plays with the similarities and differences between nature and technology.

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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