α i Ω: interactive neon
   

from 3 December, 2014

α i Ω: interactive neon
   

from 3 December, 2014

Turn the neon on with your telephone:
wrocenter.pl/neon

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Interactive neon lights controlled by a network application in the windows of the WRO Atelier

On the 3rd of December, in the windows of the WRO Atelier, there will be interactive neon lights – in the shape of the Greek letters, Alpha and Omega – shining. This unique installation can be controlled through a custom network application designed specially for mobile devices. The installation announces the forthcoming Media Art Biennale WRO 2015 TEST EXPOSURE, which starts on May 13-17th, 2015, and can be visible from the crossroad of the Kuźnicza Street and the University Street.

To play with the interactive neon lights, you only need to have a mobile device with internet access. By visiting the custom interface of the installation, you can start to determine the sequence of the luminous letters. The light composition can be simultaneously controlled and affected by many people.

The installation is a prototype.

Concept: Zbigniew Kupisz
Interaction design and custom programming solutions: Paweł Janicki
Realisation: WRO Art Center | www.wrocenter.pl