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This massive floating web is art you can control from your phone


Typically, an artist completes a piece and spectators observe it, but a collaboration between Janet Echelman and the creative director of Googles Creative Lab Aaron Koblin makes spectators a part of the final work. Unnumbered Sparks is an interactive net sculpture that spans 745 feet between buildings in Vancouver that passersby can control via their smartphones. According to the projects technology video, the entire piece is basically a distributed website on the sculpture, or a bunch of web browsers working together to manipulate light, sound, and movement. Spectators connect to the projects Wi-Fi and a browser will open on their smartphones that lets them draw art that will appear on the sculpture.

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