Creative design collective teamLab has recently collaborated with Japanese Internet company DMM.com to create its largest digital installation to date. Currently displayed at Tokyo‘s Odaiba Yume-Tairiku Festival 2016, the large-scale art piece allows participants to immerse themselves in dynamic, multi-sensory atmospheres. The artwork is actually part of ultratechnologist collective’s latest exhibition “DMM.Planets Art,” which takes up a 3,000-square-meter space. Visitors can expect to explore a trio of interactive digital environments with shapeshifting rooms, including the massive “Crystal Universe” installation pictured above. Each installation is controlled by a computer program, but solely depends on visitors’ interaction with the artwork to trigger the light functions in real time.
Launched on July 16, the exhibition “DMM.Planets Art” is open to the public until August 31 at Odaiba Yume-Tairiku 2016 in Japan. Check out the videos below to learn more about the installations.