Bit.fall

Julius Popp’s Bitfall reproduces the ‘flood’ of media information in the form of a real waterfall. Through the use of a motion tracking device, a computer program determines the direction of the flow of the pixels within the tube and imposes an order.

The installation Bit.Fall pumped through a 45 metre long tube that is laid out in a random pattern, text and graphics randomly selected from the internet appear in the liquid, creating a DIYplasma screen.

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One Response to “Bit.fall”

  1. OMG, that is unreal!!!! where did you find this?

    http://yellowidesign.wordpress.com

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