Déplacements is basically an interactive installation that consists of “24 computer case fans forming a rectangle — each fan is a “pixel”, its number of revolutions and the intensity of the light of its LED change according to the level of gray corresponding to the pixel of reference.” See it in action after the jump.

This screen of fans is controlled by a computer simulating a cellular automaton entitled The game of life (devised by John Horton Conway in 1970). In this mathematical model, each fan is a cell

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Déplacements is basically an interactive installation that consists of “24 computer case fans forming a rectangle — each fan is a “pixel”, its number of revolutions and the intensity of the light of its LED change according to the level of gray corresponding to the pixel of reference.” See it in action after the jump.

This screen of fans is controlled by a computer simulating a cellular automaton entitled The game of life (devised by John Horton Conway in 1970). In this mathematical model, each fan is a cell

[via w-m-m-n-a]