A seemingly static sculpture adorns the wall of the gallery waiting, yearning for someone to interact with it. As you come closer to Hexi, you’ll realise that it isn’t a static sculpture at all.
Each of the 60 hexagonal modules move in response to motion using a motion sensor, depth camera and mechanical servos, causing a ripple throughout the entire sculpture. An invention of French artist Thibaut Sld, the Hexi sculpture is the product of his experiments with interactivity and motorised movement.
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