LAb[au] – Art in Architecture, Software, Light, Sound, and Kinetics

LAb[au] – Art in Architecture, Software, Light, Sound, and Kinetics


Spectacular hybrid of art and science by Belgium’s  LAb[au].

Pixflow #2


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Pixflow #2 runs on an art console developed by LAb[au]. The console is a T-shaped plexiglass box with 4 stripped screens and 4 networked computers. The artwork can be changed by switching the software using a flash drive. This particular piece displays a constantly changing picture created by a vector field and moving particles.

12m4s


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12m4s is an piece of art that responds to visitors’ movements and positions. It uses image recognition and ultrasound sensors to respond to its environment. A “particle synthesis” is projected onto a mylar screen and reflected to create this fascinating artistic experience.

Binary Waves


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There have been several different installations of fLUX Binary Waves including Lyons and Paris, France. This piece responds to many different stimuli in its urban environment. It responds to movement, sound, electromagnetic fields, etc. generated by people, cars, mobile phones, and radio. Binary Waves flows with the rhythm of the city around it.

 

For more more information and projects by LAb[au] visit their page or go to www.lab-au.com