This interactive digital installation entitled Megaliths in the Bath House Ruins by Japanese art collective teamLab features artwork continuously rendered in real-time by a computer program on megaliths that appear to emerge out of the floor. The artwork is continuously changing responding to the movement of people and it is neither prerecorded nor on a loop so every moment is unique and can never be seen again.
The digital projections are divided into two groups:
Flowers and People in a state of continuous change. Over a period of one hour, a year’s worth of seasonal flowers blossoms and scatters. The flowers bud, grow, and blossom before their petals begin to wither and eventually fade away. The cycle of growth and decay repeats itself in perpetuity. If a person stays still, the flowers surrounding them grow and bloom more abundantly.
Universe of Water Particles with multiple waterfalls cascading down the three-dimensional objects. When people approach the artwork, the flow of the water changes. The movement of people influences the artwork, causing it to evolve continuously, while the artwork influences other works. For instance, the water causes the flowers to scatter.