Added by on 2019-07-28

Hmm, let’s try a grid that plays peek-a-boo with whoever’s inside the booth… This was shot during early testing of an experimental “bit booth” that has two transparent sides. The sides are made of Samsung’s new transparent HD video glass (straight from the labs, as seen at CES2012). They can be programmed to go completely opaque (anything black is opaque) or completely transparent (anything white is transparent). Here is an article about the first use of the bit booth at the PepsiCo Central pavilion at the South by Southwest Interactive Festival in March of 2013. http://www.wired.com/underwire/2012/03/smart-window-sxsw-samsung/ Related PostsGridIan Douglas Jones on his Green Grid exhibitShot Online: Old and New (narrow) green grid, side by sideSpaceworkers curves concrete roof and glass walls for Cabo de Vila in Portugal byHydroponic Gardening – Grow Organic Plants FastAn Ideal Grass Roof House For The Quiet Weekend Vacation Hidden In The Mountains

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