The Tower Infinity, South Korea’s Forthcoming ‘Invisible’ Skyscraper – Core77.

Cameras capture the view from one side of the tower and LEDs recreate the image on the other side, and so on. I wonder how they deal with varying viewpoints. LEDs aimed at different heights?

Here’s another question: you can’t really see artificial light during the day, so the effect is going to work only at night. But at night, since it’s a 450m-tall tower, what the cameras will see is a dark sky. How are LEDs going to reproduce darkness? And hide the light coming from inside the offices? Maybe they’re counting on the night sky being a soft orange glow, from so many streetlights filtered through a polluted sky.

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The “Nature Trail” Is An LED Wallpaper Installation Designed To Calm Children On Their Way To Surgery | Inhabitots.

Proximity-sensing backlights.

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