quinta-feira, 30 de outubro de 2014

This ferrofluid artwork follows you until you look at it

If you gaze into the abyss, the abyss also gazes into you. Or, in this case, an adorable, minimalist facsimile of a face, rendered in patches of ferrofluid -- nanoparticles of ferromagnetic material suspended in a carrier liquid.
And you don't have to do the first gazing, either: Eye Catcher, a project by Lin Zhang and Ran XieInteractive Architecture Lab at University College London, is desperate for your attention; so much so that the artwork will slide along the wall next to a passerby, hoping to catch their attention, seemingly suspended by magic. When they stop to look, two spots -- like eyes -- rise out of the puddle of ferrofluid at the bottom of the frame to look back. Read more.

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