TeamLab Creates Interactive Floral Display for Gucci

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"Infinity of Flowers" is a new interactive digital art installation from Tokyo-based collective teamLab. The mural, on display at a Gucci store in Tokyo, features the life cycle of flowers as they bloom, grow, and eventually wilt.

TeamLab explains, "The flowers never reach a state previously shown before, and since they are also influenced by the behavior of the viewers, the art work continuous changes in appearance.
What you can see right now will never be repeated again in the future."

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