I am a big fan of SIGG bottles and, apparently, I’m not the only one who thinks that SIGG bottles are small pieces of art.
A group of young creative Japanese artists decided to build an interactive installation, a screen composed of 550 bottles on which 3D images are projected. The bottles produce three different types of sound, depending on what’s inside it (water, rice or beans). The bottles were connected to some electronic devices to interconnect and amplify the sounds. When you touch or shake the bottles, relaxing sounds of the ocean are produced, complemented with images that are simultaneously projected on the screen.
Check out the video that explains everything about the Play SIGG installation.
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