Digital Vegetables is an installation by PARTY that was part of the 2017 Tokyo Midtown Design Touch event.
The designers say that touching the different plants results in a customized lightshow based on the plant touched. There's not a lot of info to back up that claim, but it's still quite beautiful at night.
Also pretty cool structure the feature: Ark Nova
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Adrien Manduit (previously) returns with a breathtaking timelapse of galaxies as viewed from Teneriffe.
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