Concrete as Media Device

In my ever-increasing search for incredible devices and design objects on YouTube, I came across this video. It’s a concrete device that is embedded with LEDs in a regular pattern produced by Innovation Lab. In effect, the embedded LEDs act as a video monitor. What does this mean? Quite honestly I could write for hours on this subject, but it would be boring and it would suck. So, I’ll let you think of the possibilities of when an architectural structural device becomes a TV screen. The first thing that pops onto my mind is buildings that speak to you depending on what your doing in the building. So lets say your running at a public pool. A motion sensor catches this, and the wall says to you “STOP RUNNING!”. That might be weird.

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