Exhibition, Da Vinci Creative Technology – Media City Seoul 2012
October 19, 2012, 7:41 pm
Filed under: Exhibition, news, wearables

Media City Seoul 2012, Da Vinci Creative Technology Art exhibition,

Younghui’s new wearable art project, ‘Gravity of Light’  3D printed textile wearable hat is finally completed three months after her team got a Da Vinci Creative Grant funded by Seoul Foundation of Art and Culture & Art Space Guemcheon.   This exhibition was held with Media City Seoul 2012 (Seoul Media Art Biennale) from Sept 10th – October 9th, 2012

“Gravity of Light”   - Interactive Wearable using 3D printed smart textile

What if light on the surface of the wearable textile behaves like it has
gravity… It started with this simple idea of light having gravity like water.

“Gravity of Light” is a wearable technology art made of 3D printed smart textile that displays the wearer’s natural movement of head such as tilting.  With embedded custom designed electronic circuitry in a hat, light pixels move on the surface of the hat flowing toward titled direction.

Gravity of Light by Younghui Kim / Yejin Cho 2012

This project was funded by Seoul Foundation for Arts and Culture, Seoul Art Space GEUMCHEON as apart of 2012 Da Vinci Idea  Competition Grant. Also supported by Hongik University WCU Digital Media Public Art Lab (R32-20067)

Copyright 2012, Younghui Kim/ Yejin Cho, All Rights Reserved

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Where can I find the video of this! I would love to post it on my website.

Comment by Justin Moran

I’m in the process of preparing a video file. There will be a video up soon within a week. Thanks!

Comment by absurdee

https://vimeo.com/52648255

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