ウェブサイト『CityLab』に、「Floating Flower Garden – 花と我と同根、庭と我と一体」の紹介。
海外のウェブサイト『CityLab』にて「Floating Flower Garden ー 花と我と同根、庭と我と一体」が紹介されました。
Tokyo's New 'Floating Flower Garden' Is a Beautiful Thing—Which Is Exactly the Problem
Did you enjoy the art installation "Rain Room" a few years back at MoMA PS1, but think that it had too much rain and not enough flowers? Tokyo has you covered.
An art collective called teamLab has designed an immersive interactive experience called "Floating Flower Garden" that works exactly like "Rain Room," but with flowers. Visit Tokyo and you, too, can feel like you're walking through the magical set of a Björk video.
Much as Random International’s "Rain Room" allowed visitors to walk through the rain without getting wet, "Floating Flower Garden" is designed so that viewers can walk through a hanging garden without getting ... flowered. Sensors that detect an approaching viewer cause flowers in that viewer's vicinity to rise. This setup allows for a "hemispherical space with the viewer at its center" that moves with the viewer, according to teamLab's website.
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