Colloidal Display

Yoichi Ochiai

The morphos butterflies are floating on the bubble film against the background of the streets of Tokyo. Ultrasonic technologies enabled the projection of images by vibrating ultra-thin bubble film. The colloidal liquid screen diffusely reflects the light to produce a change in texture, so the image that reflects and shines is particularly visible. With the fusion of state-of-the-art science, technology, and art, materiality and virtuality were superimposed, and a fairly enchanted world was realized.

Roppongi Hills, Mori Tower 52F, TOKYO CITY VIEW

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02.11—03.12  |  10:00—22:00


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  • Photo:Yoshiro Hayakawa

    Photo:Yoshiro Hayakawa

    Yoichi Ochiai

    Assistant Professor of University of Tsukuba. / BA(Media Arts and Sciences) from University of Tsukuba, 2011, Ph.D (Applied Computer Science) from University of Tokyo 2015 (he got PhD in 2 years: the fastest record).

    He is interested in post-pixels multimedia and conducting research towards his vision called “Digital Nature”.

    He has been certified to the super creator / genius programmer certification from the Information-Technology Promotion Agency. And received “the World Technology Award 2015”, global media award “Ars electronica award”, and many more.