An exhibition design for the “Bright Ideas” tech installation by Interaxon of Toronto, Ontario. Displayed at the Ontario House at the Vancouver 2010 Winter Olympics, participants are able to engage in a unique thought-controlled experience that allows the user to control the lights on three prominent Ontario landmarks – the CN Tower, Niagara Falls, and the Parliament buildings in Ottawa – using the power of though
Interaxon requested a surface that would shelter participants from the busy surroundings providing a comfortable space for the complex task, yet would also allow visitors to see and take part in the experience. Parametric control of the internal cavity depth and the vertical rib spacing yielded sophisticated moire patterns sweeping across the surfaces, presenting glimpses of the mental performances beyond.
Client: InteraxonLocation: Vancouver, British ColumbiaYear: 2010