“The Living Orb” Motion-Sensing Light Sculpture Traveling to Artlink Contemporary Gallery, Indiana
by Daric Gill
In its first debut since being completely re-built for new action, The Living Orb has been accepted into the Artlink Contemporary Gallery, Fort Wayne, Indiana. The Living Orb is a motion-sensing sculpture that when presented with movement, wakes up and slowly pulses a white light. The wooden sphere is made from hand bent poplar laminations. Inside the sphere is a small brain; a circuit board called an Arduino that can be reprogrammed to do multiple tasks at once. A motion sensor picks up activity and tells white LED strips to ‘breathe’ with life. Artlink Regional Exhibition is juried by Danielle Riede.
January 5, 2018 – Feb 9, 2018
Friday, January 5, 2018, 5:00 – 8:00 p.m
300 E Main Street
Fort Wayne, IN 46802
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3 thoughts on “Interactive Light Sculpture Traveling To Artlink Contemporary Gallery, Indiana”
It’s my pleasure. Have a nice day!
congratulations for making this one! It is so amazing and I can’t imagine how you use your sculpture supply to made this one. I will share this to our class.
Thank you Gine!