Generative Art Called The Magic Cube

The Magic Cube was a graphic monolith installation for Fete des Lumineres – or Festival of Lights in Lyon, France last December 8th.
Placed around the base of this cube were 20 bicycles connected to the core with the graphic engine. The speed and the stamina of the 20 riders produce a data stream, with an unique pattern, that generate the graphics, animations and sounds layers in real-time. A 3 minutes ride to reach the level of pure energy, creates a white light that also lights up the statue (Louis XIV) and a burst of fireworks to reward our riders.

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