Binary Garden is a multi-user, remote-controlled realtime interactive digital artwork. Anybody with a smartphone can connect to the system via a web browser to interact with the display, without using Bluetooth or WiFi (rather, through a socket server connection). While the implementation shown here happens to be a multi-touch screen interface, the system is display-independent, and can be run on LED, LCD, translucent LCD or projected on any surface.

Video footage thanks to Joshua Brott, Ronnie Allman and Gavin Murray.
With Andie Vallée in front of the screens.
More info: marpi.pl/work/binary-garden/
Music: Cokiyu – Your Thorn (jeffro remix)

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