Artificial tree measures air quality with LED feedback

As we huddle closer together in our concrete villages the marriage of nature and tech becomes ever more apparent as exampled by the Living Light interactive pavilion in Seoul, Korea.

In addition to looking like the plant life of some far off alien planet, the Living Light permanent installation also acts as an air quality detector that glows and blinks in response to environmental changes. Locals can also send text messages to the structure, which then sends data back to the person and displays visual light activity dictated by how many people simultaneously communicate with the structure.


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