Seeper merges art and technology in interactive installations like this LED wall they created in London's Soho. Over 10,000 LEDs are programmed to respond to visitors with shifting patterns and colors, and the display can also be controlled from tablets and phones.
Alex Tennyson, a member of the team, explains:
Seeper are an interactive art and technology collective from East London. Our ethos is all about the essence of experience; to us, this means consuming the senses to immerse people and create lasting memories. We have always been fascinated by architecture. We see a future with fully responsive, sympathetic structures, and things like LED walls are the forerunners. We're working on a couple of interesting lighting projects; we'll be building an interactive light playground for Nokia this week. Lots of super cool mixed media projection projects next year. It’s a pretty exciting time for us right now! Keep your eyes on the Twitter feed, or Facebook if you'd like to know what’s up.
For more work by Seeper, visit http://seeper.com/.
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