Japan opened the world's first interactive Museum of digital artPictolic
To plunge into the world of digital illusions, dancing with ghosts, become part of clusters of light and shadow — from interested persons there is no release. In Tokyo started the world's first interactive Museum dedicated to digital art. His visitors seem to fall into an alternate reality of space created with light, color and sound. In the Museum area of over 10 thousand square meters and includes 50 digital works 520 470 computers and projectors.
Group TeamLab presented in the Japanese capital, a Museum dedicated to digital art — Digital Art Mori Building Museum. This unique exposition appeared in Tokyo "the city of the future" — in the area of man-made island of Odaiba.
TeamLab is a whole team, which included about 500 people — artists, programmers, engineers, CG animators, mathematicians and architects. They created the world's first platform, which aim is a demonstration of the interactive and digital works of art. Visitors will be able to plunge into fantastic worlds without borders, created using light, color and sound.