Underpasses transformed into interactive gateways by Dan Corson

The American artist Dan Corson has transformed two underground tunnels located inSan Jose, California, in a parade of lights and colors, this ingenious artist managed to transform these tunnels into an urban and unprecedented interactive experience.

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This work consists of nearly 1,000 LED rings painted and 81 dimensions of individual control that respond to movement sensors all these are aimed at pedestrian walking areas and cycle paths. These tunnels interact with objects that pass near them, from a car to a bicycle.

No doubt this artist will fascinate us with his work, giving life, light and movement to forgotten places in the urban landscape.

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To see more works by the artist you can follow him on his official website.