Kinetica Art Fair Full of Lights, Science

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Looking for something to do this weekend?  Near London?  You might want to check out the Kinetica Art Fair, at the Kinetica MuseumWired has a gallery featuring a number of the exhibits, which include an interactive fiber-optic flower, musical robots, and a playable musical installation using a the audio signal of the residual radiation from the Big Bang.

The photo above is of Roseline de Thélin’s beautiful installation, Homos Luminosos.  Video of another exhibit after the jump. 

The Hydro-Acoustic Big Bang Filter was dreamed up by Interactive Agents, and features the Nobel Prize winning sound of the Big Bang isolated by Bell Labs in 1965.

Wired’s article.

Kinetica Art Fair.

Kinetica Museum.

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