JET, Joana Ricou, Paul Shen
This piece explores how self-organization emerges in the search for synchronization, where synchronization appears to be an ubiquitous and old principle that holds together all living things.
The installation consists of 144 entities who will synch with their closest neighbors, until the whole population is synched. The presence of visitors will disrupt the synchronization.
INPUT: presence of visitors
BLACK BOX: consensus algorithm to synchronize pulsing.
OUTPUT: synchronized blinking
Problem to be solved:
- Arduino stops lighting LEDs to receive data so an LED controller will be added