The Zero@wavefunction installation and interactivity is based on the way a nanoscientist manipulates an individual molecule (billions of times smaller than common human experience) projected on a monumental scale. When a person passes by, they cast a larger than life shadow on the molecule and activate responsive buckyballs. The visualizations are of buckyballs that respond via sensors to the movement of the person’s shadow and the possibility of manipulating the molecule emerges.

Inserted from:<http://notime.arts.ucla.edu/zerowave/projection.html>

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http://notime.arts.ucla.edu/zerowave/

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Wow, I like this concept! I've visited a theater of shadows once, and that was amazing! That's a great show! Arline Ortega, manager of <a href="http://internet-radio-player.com/">internet radio</a>