29 May 2013

Interactive Light Show Of A ‘Laser Forest’ Invites People To Get Creative

[Click here to view the video in this article]

Creative collective Marshmallow Laser Feast—which consists of Barney Steel, Robin McNicholas and Memo Akten—presented “Laser Forest”, a laser light installation set up in a large, empty factory.

Made of vertically placed lasers, visitors can walk through the artwork, bending these flexible columns to create unique patterns of their own.

Accompanied by music, this installation aims to bring out the child-like curiosity in people.

This exhibit was part of the STRP Biennale in Eindhoven, The Netherlands.

Scroll down for a YouTube video to see how this installation works.

[via Inspiration Grid]