Created by Klein Dytham architecture, Bloomberg ICE is an interactive installation located in Maruonuchi, Japan. Video demonstration after the jump. Here’s how it works:

When you approach ICE the infrared sensors behind the 5.0m x 3.5m glass wall detect your presence and you begin to interact with the data. You don’t actually have to touch the glass – the sensors detect you from about 500mm away

A menu scrolls down the screen giving you 4 play options, a digital harp, a digital shadow, a digital wave and digital volley ball

Created by Klein Dytham architecture, Bloomberg ICE is an interactive installation located in Maruonuchi, Japan. Video demonstration after the jump. Here’s how it works:

When you approach ICE the infrared sensors behind the 5.0m x 3.5m glass wall detect your presence and you begin to interact with the data. You don’t actually have to touch the glass – the sensors detect you from about 500mm away

A menu scrolls down the screen giving you 4 play options, a digital harp, a digital shadow, a digital wave and digital volley ball