Friday, October 18, 2013

Can't see Stars in NYC? Check this out!

Who says you can't see stars in NYC?  Cooper Joseph Studio made sure they change that with a light installation (picture taken by Eduard Hueber).  According to their website:

Starlight activates the space in which it sits.  Designed with a precisely uniform e-dimensional grid pattern, the geometry seemingly changes as the viewer ascends the stairs. Bursts of star pattern change your perception forming perforated veils to the classical architecture.  Each pixel is constructed from a double-sided circuit board, on which LEDs are mounted above and below.  They are held at the center of a 3-strand stainless steel wire assembly.

So next time you wish you can wish upon a star in NYC, pop on by Museum of the City of New York.  Your wish may just come true.

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