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Massive Installation of Digital Art by teamlab at Tokyo

Massive Installation of Digital Art by teamlab at Tokyo
When you stand among the handiwork of teamLab, a Japanese tech art studio, you’re seemingly transported to a sprawling foreign land that engulfs you in a vibrant, light-filled splendor.

The exhibition features four spaces that offer kaleidoscopic color schemes and multisensory activities. Each piece has its own distinct smell, including: the aroma of flowers, a forest, and “the universe”—a scent that astronaut Naoko Yamazaki helped create.
Above: Wander Through the Crystal Universe

Massive Installation of Digital Art by teamlab at TokyoWander Through the Crystal Universe

Wander Through the Crystal Universe

Massive Installation of Digital Art by teamlab at TokyoWander Through the Crystal Universe

Massive Installation of Digital Art by teamlab at TokyoWander Through the Crystal Universe
Massive Installation of Digital Art by teamlab at Tokyo
Wander Through the Crystal Universe
Massive Installation of Digital Art by teamlab at Tokyo

Drawing on the Water Surface Created by the Dance of Koi and People—Infinity

Massive Installation of Digital Art by teamlab at TokyoDrawing on the Water Surface Created by the Dance of Koi and People—Infinity

Massive Installation of Digital Art by teamlab at TokyoDrawing on the Water Surface Created by the Dance of Koi and People—Infinity
Massive Installation of Digital Art by teamlab at Tokyo
Drawing on the Water Surface Created by the Dance of Koi and People—Infinity
Massive Installation of Digital Art by teamlab at Tokyo
Drawing on the Water Surface Created by the Dance of Koi and People—Infinity
Massive Installation of Digital Art by teamlab at Tokyo
Drawing on the Water Surface Created by the Dance of Koi and People—Infinity
Massive Installation of Digital Art by teamlab at Tokyo
Floating in the Falling Universe of Flowers
Massive Installation of Digital Art by teamlab at Tokyo
Soft Black Hole—Your Body Becomes a Space That Influences Another Body

The engaging exhibition is part of Fuji Television’s summer event called Odaiba Minna No Yume Tairiku and is on view until the end of August 2016.

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