Interactive Audio-Visual Lantern Field

Lantern Field is a digitally interactive audio-visual installation consisting of folded mulberry paper illuminated with LED lights and daylight to create a multi-sensory space that responds to people's presence and behavior. The work was installed at the Smithsonian’s Freer Gallery of Art in Washington, DC during the National Cherry Blossom Festival in April 2013.

Read more on VA Tech News and 2013 Architectural Lighting Design Award site.

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Members: 
Name Department College
Aki Ishida School of Architecture + Design College of Architecture and Urban Studies
Ivica Ico Bukvic Music College of Liberal Arts and Human Sciences
Brennon Bortz Computer Science College of Engineering
Benjamin Knapp Computer Science College of Engineering
Students Computer Science College of Engineering
Students School of Architecture + Design College of Architecture and Urban Studies
Collaborative Colleges: 
Architecture & Urban Studies
Engineering
Liberal Arts & Human Sciences