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Tronic Studio recently unveiled this new digital sculpture/video installation at HP’s Palo Alto headquarters. HP commissioned designers Vivian Rosenthal and Jesse Seppi to produce a piece that would “transcend technology and embrace the new.” The 60-foot-long permanent installation, a series of responsive panels made of reinforced fiberglass, “bridges the divide between the virtual and the actual” by combining sculpture, animation and interactivity. One side is an expression of architectural form while the reverse features a syncopated video wall. The combination of sculpture and animation in the piece allows visitor perceptions to change as a function of time, use and external influences—a work that filters the spirit of the times.
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