Sonic Light Bubble is a living, breathing interactive installation that responds with light and sound when approached and touched. This giant synthetic “organism” attempts to humanize lighting-based public art and attracts passers by to engage and interact with it.
Showcased by Studio ENESS at White Night, a twelve hour light and art festival in Melbourne, Australia. The bubble is a six meter diameter clear inflatable structure, dotted with an array of addressable LED disks shining inside and out. These custom disks act as a volumetric video screen providing mesmerizing 360 degree visual delights, day and night. Sounds are also reacting to the visitors on the outside. The Sonic Light Bubble can be set up in two hours and dismantled in one.
Designer: Studio ENESS