Using live data, 'BreatheOut' visualises the air quality of Seoul city in South Korea and Brisbane.
The real-time status of micro dust concentrations in the air in Seoul are represented by tiny whimsical moving circles in three colour stages: green being healthy, orange being sensitive and light pink being unhealthy.
By breathing out to the sensors, visitors at Robotronica can affect the particles on screen, according to the live status of Brisbane’s air quality.
Drop-in, no bookings required
This artwork is part of the series The Sense of Data by artist Younghui Kim.
Open Data API by Seoul City and the State of Queensland, and data-related support by datacook.org
- 18 August 2019 - 18 August 2019
- D Block
- Outside D-108
- Calendar Event
- Add Event to Calendar
Creative Industries Faculty
- Phone: 3138 2000
- Blog: http://blogs.qut.edu.au/creative-cluster/
- Postal address:
QUT Creative Industries Faculty
Kelvin Grove QLD 4059