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The entrance courtyard of the Youth Wing for Art Education at the Israel Museum, Jerusalem (IMJ) is a main gathering place for visitors- adults, children and...

The entrance courtyard of the Youth Wing for Art Education at the Israel Museum, Jerusalem (IMJ) is a main gathering place for visitors- adults, children and...

Nonotak Studio, comprised of Neomi Schipfer and Takami Nakamoto bring a new take on projection mapping, using multiple displays made out of translucent fabric to scatter projected light. Called Daydream (iteration V.4), the interactive experience features four screens arranged side-by-side giving the illusion of an infinite tunnel.

Daydream with Infinite Light Tunnels

Nonotak Studio, comprised of Neomi Schipfer and Takami Nakamoto bring a new take on projection mapping, using multiple displays made out of translucent fabric to scatter projected light. Called Daydream (iteration V.4), the interactive experience features four screens arranged side-by-side giving the illusion of an infinite tunnel.

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