Kinetic sculpture looks like birds in flight.
Diffusion Choir" is a kinetic sculpture that simulates the movement of an invisible flock of birds. The "birds" are white hexagons made of fabric that hang in garlands from the ceiling. When a hexagon opens and closes, it looks like a bird flapping its wings. Each piece can move independently, and they work together to make patterns. It's controlled by software running a flocking algorithm.
It is installed at BioMed Realty Trust's building at 650 East Kendall Street in Cambridge. MA, USA
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