teamLab Lighting Installation Invites Visitors to Wander through the Crystal Universe

Japanese design firm teamLab is inviting visitors a chance to “Wander through the Crystal Universe” with their latest LED lighting installation composed of LED lights and mirrors.

Images from teamLab's LED lighting installation design "Wander through the Crystal Universe". (All photos courtesy of teamLab)

This artwork uses accumulated light points to create a sculptural body, similar to the way distinct dots of color form an image in a pointillist painting. In Crystal Universe, the particles of light are digitally controlled, and change based on the viewer’s interactivity with the work. The result is an installation consisting of an accumulation of lights, forming a sculpture that expresses the universe.


Viewers are invited to enter and walk around within the three-dimensional light space. This movement affects the light particles and creates changes in the installation. Viewers can also interact with the work by using their smartphones to select elements that make up the Crystal Universe.


While Crystal Universe is created by elements selected by the viewers, each action or change affects the other. The viewer's position within the artwork also influences how the work is created; thus, the artwork is continuously changing.

The art work first showcased in 2015 will be accessible to interested participants at Odaiba Minna no YUME-TAIRIKU 2016 ~A World of Wonders~ exhibition at Odaiba Aomi area in Tokyo, Japan, from July 16-Aug. 31, 2016.

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