Echelman puts the Public in Public Art

Janet Echelman (LF '08) teamed up with Aaron Koblin of Google Creative Lab to create her most dynamic public installation yet: an interactive floating cloud of webbing that responds to the actions of viewers. Participants can superimpose color, pattern and motion on the net by connecting their smartphones to a google server that renders the images in real time.

The effect is like a silent fireworks display, and we are the fire masters.

Learn more about the technology used for Unnumbered Sparks.

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