Immerse Yourself in Interactive Art at TeamLabPlanets Tokyo

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TeamLabPlanets  in Toyosu, Tokyo, is transforming its massive artworks space: In honor of spring, cherry blossoms will appear to visitors, blooming and changing as time passes throughout the museum’s two current exhibits ‘Floating in the Falling Universe of Flowers’ and ‘Drawing on the Water Surface Created by the Dance of Koi and People – Infinity’ for a limited time through April 30, 2020.

The celebrity-favorite and Instagram-famous teamLab Planets Tokyo has become the world’s most popular single-artist destination, drawing in more than 2 million visitors in its first year. The sprawling interactive digital artwork space allows guests to virtually walk through water and immerse themselves in an enhanced world that responds to live movement. Visitors enter the museum barefoot and become completely immersed with other visitors in the vast, enthralling spaces. The artwork is manipulated in real time by a computer program so previous visual states can never be replicated and will never reoccur -- each visitor’s experience is completely unique.

An international art collective, teamLab consists of artists, programmers, engineers, animators, mathematicians and architects dedicated to bringing this virtual world to life for travelers from around the globe. The permanent museums teamLab Borderless opened in Odaiba, Tokyo in June 2018 and teamLab Planets in Toyosu, Tokyo is on view until Fall 2020.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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