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teamLab “Walk Through the Crystal Universe” 「チームラボ新作 “クリスタルの宇宙”」

teamLab is an “ultra-technologist” group, lead by Toshiyuki Inoko, made of specialists in the information society such as Programmers, Engineers, Mathematicians, Architects, CG Animators, Designers, Artists, Editors and more.

And such a creative group can only create highly sophisticated artistic and technological artworks. This time, they have turned the gallery of Pola Museum into an interactive space, using 60,000 LEDs in a 3-D form.

“Crystal Universe” utilizes teamLab’s Interactive 4-D Vision technology, which allows users to control the LEDs to give the illusion of light movement — in this case to look like stars in space. By accessing the exhibition website on smartphones, you can swipe the screen to add stars and feel as if you’re standing at the center of the universe.

Team Lab

Team Lab

Team Lab

Team Lab

Team Lab

Team Lab


I’d like to thank teamLab for allowing visitors to film and take photographs of their amazing artworks ありがとうございます!!


Pola Museum Annex: Pola Ginza Bldg. 3F, 1-7-7 Ginza, Tokyo. Closest Station: Ginza Ichome Stn – Free admission. Official Website HERE

And huge thanks to my fellow blogger Andreea from Littleaesthete for letting me know about this beautiful exhibition.

teamLab check their digital works HERE and HERE and HERE

All photos on this blog were snapped by me unless otherwise noted. If you see something you’d like to share, please be sure to provide a link back to this space. Thank you!

Clip by teamLab Crystal Universe / クリスタル ユニバース. All credits belong to teamLab.

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