The Particle Responsive Kinetic Sculpture v1.0 (aka Rave Machine)

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The Particle v1.0 from Alex Posada on Vimeo.

“The Particle” is a kinetic sculpture that experiments with color, sound and movement.

A sensor monitoring system analyzes the users movements in the exhibition space. Around the space occupied by the sculpture defines a surround sound system that reacts and becomes one with the movement and light.

I’m ordering one for my house.

RGB City

We pitched this idea to a client for an outdoor experience but it never came to fruition.

Shame really – I still think it’s a lot of fun and kinda cool.

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Dis-patch presents RGB City by Lust (NL) from Dis-patch Festival on Vimeo.

RGB CITY is an interactive light/sound installation of impressive proportions, spread over a building site in the central area of Student’s Square. A new landmark for Belgrade. A building that seems to be alive, each room filled with lights whose movement and color are constantly in flux.

More information about the project.

via Rubbishcorp

PATACHROMO. LED Installation Lights Up Parisian street

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PATACHROMO™ from SUPERBIEN on Vimeo.

PATACHROMO, is an installation by French artists Superbien. Presented as a succession of animated light frames lasting about 2 minutes each, the PATACHROMO program is provided as a tool for passers-by to face the grey Parisian winter weather with more serenity.

via PSFK.

The Absolutely Scariest Colors Imaginable? Chromatophobia palettes

What do you make of this?
Scary Palette

Maybe not much until you see this.
Colour Fear

Chromatophobia is the fear of colours, and there’s more schemes inspired by things like the fear of needles, spiders and sleeping here:
http://www.colourlovers.com/blog/2007/11/11/the-absolutely-scariest-colors-imaginable/