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Nonotak's Infinite Sound and Vision Experience

We get a glimpse of what it's like to be inside Nonotak Studio's 'Hoshi' installation.
June 28, 2016, 3:30pm

The Creators Project team goes inside the Future Forward  interactive installations with the commissioned artists.

See what it's like to be inside Nonotak Studio's Hoshi installation, inspired by the theme of design in the all-new Prius, at the very first Future Forward event: a completely immersive and other-worldly experience of sound and vision. The installation explores making the infinite possible by turning the perception of space and dimension completely on its head. The duo employs an artful mix of right angles, mirrors, LED lights, and an original score of music to amplify a small space. Architect Takami Nakamoto says, "We do everything at the same time so we don't really disassociate the sound and the visuals."


The Future Forward event series presented by the all-new Prius took place in three cities: New York, Chicago, and in LA. Learn more about the series here


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