An ode to Dutch genomic research through Kinect and interactivity

Interactive installations can serve a variety of purposes, they can even transport us into some of the tiniest (yet complex) structural forms: cells.

Intricate processes such as aging cells can be hard to grasp and visualize, yet that’s exactly what the studio CleverFranke in the Netherlands set out to do. Their Living Cell installation not only serves educational purposes, it is a tribute to genomic research. The installation presents acquired insights about the human genome in a very playful manner for everyone to enjoy and learn.

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