Tomorrow in Montreal, audience members at the IX Symposium will see one of Jupiter’s moons appear inside a 60-foot dome. But this isn’t something you can find in a telescope – it’s a trippy virtual environment with stark geometric shapes and classical forms.
By letting people reach into thin air and create huge changes from tiny actions, interactive art exhibits can break down the barriers between art and audience. Last week, we looked at two recent art installations to use the Leap Motion Controller to challenge how we interact with nature and technology. Here are four more exhibits that made waves in 2013.