Featured on beautiful lands, Jun 12, 2015
Circulum Formosabeautiful lands
By using the endemic species of Taiwan as the main content, teamLab in Japan designed an infinite circulation to express and appreciate the values of their homeland, Formosa Taiwan. It is an interactive digital installation based on a gigantic LED sculpture measuring 17m wide x 17m high
Rain falls from the skies; the rain creates waterfalls; the waterfalls then turn into rivers, helping the flowers grow and blossom on the land. Birds gather near flowers and trees, flying into the skies where the clouds form and float away. Everything is connected in a cycle, but no events are ever repeated in exactly the same way.
Neither a pre-recorded animation nor on loop, the work is being rendered in real time by a computer program. It continuously changes its appearance in line with the influence of external data such as the viewers’ behavior, the time of day, season, temperature, weather, and various other parameters within the CTBC Financial Park.
For more information about teamLab and its projects, please visit its website.
Jun 12, 2015