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Visualizing air quality with interactive origami flowers

Zoe RomanoSeptember 28th, 2015

“Under the Dome – PMgami” is an installation created by designer Jiayu  Lui using Arduino Nano. Inspired by paper origami techniques, the digitally fabricated flowers move and change color according to the quality of air measured locally. The main aim of the installation is to obtain a more intuitive way to communicate pollution data and  the relationship between technology and nature.

In the gallery you can explore some other pictures and the schematic. Check the video below to see the installation in action!


4 Responses to “Visualizing air quality with interactive origami flowers”

  1. witlessx Says:

    Sorry, but this is the worst video ever. I can barely tell what is happening: a video meant to show an installation that is based on physical changes that never stops changing itself. I shall investigate no further.

  2. UniseV Says:

    This video is not understandable (I have no sound, maybe this is it)

  3. Soukayna Says:

    It’s emergency: Please, i want to know all equipment of this project and if possible also his program.. Thank you in advance.. i’m waiting the response..

  4. JiayuLiu Says:

    Hey Soukayna ~ I just saw the message~if you have any question please send email :

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