DUNE 4.2, Daan Roosegaarde. A landscape that interacts with human behavior. Fibers brighten according to the sounds & motion of passing visitors. This public artwork of 60 meters utilizes less than 60 Watts while intuitively interacting with its visitors; rendering the installation sustainable as well as cutting edge in construction.
Vincent Van Gogh's hometown of Eindhoven pays him a tribute with this glowing bike path interpretation of his "Starry Night" painting. Artist Daan Roosegaarde relied on solar-powered LED lights. Learn more w/ NPR! (photo: Studio Roosegaarde)
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