Arduino-Based Interactive Sculptures

Arduino Craft & Design

Paul Myoda, known in part for having helped create the Ground Zero installation Tribute in Light, has built a series of Arduino-based interactive sculptures, which will be shown at Miami’s Dorsch Gallery through June 4th. [Thanks, Brook]

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6 thoughts on “Arduino-Based Interactive Sculptures

  1. groupon script says:

    I will check it out.

  2. Brook Dorsch says:

    Here is another video that shows the interactive nature of the sculptures – the response of the sculptures change as a person gets closer to them.
    http://vimeo.com/22488525

  3. Brook Dorsch says:

    Here is another video that shows the interactive nature of the sculptures – the response of the sculptures change as a person gets closer to them. http://vimeo.com/22488525

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