“The installation begins to exhibit multiple behaviors when people are present in the lobby. They become an attractor for the projection which mirrors their silhouettes when they remain in front of it for a while.

Arch2o-Bridge(2)

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It warms up with light and color when someone puts their hands really close or changes the pace of visuals being displayed depending on how fast people move.

Arch2o-Bridge(4)

It adds a very human touch to the workplace” sums up Adam Wierzchowski (Platige Image, R&D Lead).

By Danya

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