Dutch history meets modern energy initiatives in artist Daan Roosegaarde’s latest installation, which uses beams of green light to visualize the movement of the country’s windmills.
How do you demonstrate why people should pay attention to flood infrastructure? Show them what a flood would really look like.
It's not very often that the fields of advanced photonics and installation art meet. But in Amsterdam this week, visitors to the city's Central Station are getting a look at what happens when liquid crystal optic technology is used to something completely unscientific: Make public art.
Maybe don't wear this dress out for dinner with your in-laws. But I could imagine some situations where the Intimacy dress by designer Daan Roosegaarde could be useful. In a nutshell, the dress contains "e-foils," which are opaque coils made of "electronics, LEDs, copper and other media." In response to your…