MRISAR's Interactive Tech Sculpture: Omnispere
A technological, interactive, responsive, glacial, floor standing 5.5' sculpture featuring a transparent sculptural form with a series of lathe turned aluminum mountings that connect to a number of decorative tubing members. Additional details of the sculpture are done in aluminum blackened copper and ABS.
The acrylic crystalline segments on the sculpture are illuminated by numerous super bright LEDs which are controlled by a PC board inside the exhibit which is populated by CMOS, Linear, TTL and EEPROM based circuits.
The light and sounds it creates are influenced by the sounds, lights and shadows surrounding the sculpture. It can use solar energy via remote panels. The sculpture is designed for museum settings with an appropriate barrier.
This sculpture is an example of sensory inputs and reactionary effects in electronic systems, electromagnetic effects, visual and wave length specific electromagnetic emissions, photons, sound, frequency and amplitude.
This exhibit is part of an Interactive Tech Art Rental Exhibition we are creating!
Original Tech Art Sculpture designed by awarded, published and exhibited; Artist, Engineer, Scientist and MRISAR R&D Team member John Adrian Siegel.
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