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    • melina

      Smart Wall FLOW 5.0 by Daan Roosegaarde on Vimeo

    • Rebecca Serr

      This unusual art installation took hundreds and hundreds of individual cooling fans, and tied them together with sensors that detect the movements of passersby to produce an amazing visual and sensory experience.

    • Maxim Surin

      todaysart 2007

    • journal du design

      Flow 5.0, est le nom de cette magnifique installation de l’artiste hollandais Daan Roosegaarde, fondateur de Studio Roosegaarde. Cette installation composée de centaines de ventilateurs réagit aux mouvements et aux sons. En marchant ou en interagissant avec le mur, les visiteurs sont plongés dans un paysage illusoire de transparence et de vents artificiels.

    • Co.Design

      A Wall Of Tiny Fans That Blow Only When You Draw Near

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