Designing Interactive Installations to Support Open-Ended Play Experiences in Adulthood

Interactive Installation by teamLab — one of the most famous installation design collectives in the world
Performing an original song with Invisible Cabaret (left), Performing with SubPhonics at IKLEKTIK (right)
Example of one-to-one mapping in interactive installations — definitely cool, but not very playful.
Images from ‘Nodes’ at Simple Things Festival
Some examples of poetry in collaboration with GPT-3

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