Berlin artists Gunnar Green and Frederic Eyl have truly exhibited their artistic brilliance when they recently designed the Aperture Interactive Display. This product depicts creative mastery coupled with originality. The conception behind the product originates from the mechanism of fitting a frontage, which has innumerable mechanical irises.
It is the medium of the iris diaphragm that responds to the quantity of light present in front of it and creates spectacular effects. The aperture opens broader and broader as the object in front of it becomes darker. The scientific phenomenon of dynamic translucency generates new reflection or image representation of the object in front. Also, a new mode of interaction between the interior and exterior of the facade opens up. Catch the video here —
From the entire assortment of apertures, each one of them can embody 1 pixel of an image. When there is no object in front of it, the facade is inactive and changes to a ‘memory’ mode. In the memory mode, it displays images and conceptual graphics that it had captured previously. This unique product is innovative and is sure to fascinate everyone who will go near it.
No one will be able to resist the temptation of animating in front of it to witness and appreciate a marvelous piece of work combining ingenuity and scientific know-how.