The Sculpture Coralarium: The world's first semi-submerged tidal art gallery

Artist and environmental sculptor Jason deCaires Taylor has just completed his most remarkable work to date, a semi-submerged tidal gallery exhibiting a number of artworks designed to evolve over time as they are colonized by algae and weathered by the environment... Continue Reading The Sculpture Coralarium: The world's first semi-submerged tidal art gallery Category: Marine Tags: Art Coral Sculpture Underwater

The Sculpture Coralarium: The world's first semi-submerged tidal art gallery

Artist and environmental sculptor Jason deCaires Taylor has just completed his most remarkable work to date, a semi-submerged tidal gallery exhibiting a number of artworks designed to ...

Thu 19 Jul 18 from Gizmag

Mixed reality art is lost in the madness of Times Square

I stood under the blistering hot sun as my phone grew warmer by the second. It was so hot I could barely hold onto it. Unfortunately, my phone was crucial to the Times Square art installation ...

Fri 13 Jul 18 from Engadget

Text alert helps diver find iPhone lost for two days under 30 feet of water

Cerys Hearsey was diving off the coast of Dorset in the UK on Saturday when her attention was drawn to the illuminated Apple handset. She picked it up and took the device back to shore. Amazingly, ...

Fri 13 Jul 18 from Techspot

Climate change AR exhibit in Times Square gets too hot for Hololens - CNET

Times Square goes underwater in Mel Chin's massive new installation artwork, but my AR experiences had issues, too.

Thu 12 Jul 18 from CNET Cutting Edge

Microsoft HoloLens and Times Square prove an odd mix for an underwater AR exhibit

Acclaimed artist Mel Chin and Microsoft teamed up to augment a massive shipwreck sculpture with tech tricks and an environmental message.

Fri 13 Jul 18 from Techradar

What Times Square would look like underwater

A lot of Manhattan may eventually be submerged by rising sea levels. A new art installation gives visitors a preview. As global temperatures rise, the seas will rise as well–about ...

Thu 12 Jul 18 from Fastcompany Tech

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