Check out this awesome video of a television screen made up of old remote controls. All 625 controls work together to project images thanks to the genius of Christ Shen. The LED infrared display can only be viewed through special goggles. Very cool.
So much for looking up at the night sky hoping to view the cosmos in all its majesty, only to have to settle for a disappointingly light-polluted sky with a smattering of stars and satellite lights. Paying tribute to the late Cornell astronomy professor Carl Sagan, New York-based artist Leo Villareal actually made a dazzling […]
100,000 solar-powered LED lights were released into Tokyo’s Sumida River to celebrate the beginning of the Tokyo Hotaru festival. The thousands of glowing lights were a nod to the past and the literal meaning of Hotaru, which is “firefly”. Before pollution took over the river, millions of fireflies would gather around the shore to create […]
This gorgeous LED light display in Lisbon, Portugal was created using 1200 light spots by LIKEarchitects. It activates a three dimensional space by elevating the lights on metal rods of varying heights. The light display welcomes visitors to interact with piece in the form of wandering along the small path that winds through the center. […]
During his residence at Digitalarti Artlab, Antonin Fourneau created a huge surface uniting thousands of LEDs that are activated by water. You can touch, spray and paint whatever you want, the lights will immediately light up and make your message shine bright, only to slowly fade back to black to make room for a new design.