Author Archives: Ellen Yi-Luen Do

Flight Path @ ATL Airport

Lights and forest sounds of birds chirping and a rain shower are being added to a huge $4.1 million art installation at Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport that aims to simulate a walk through a forest. The installation fills a 450-foot long underground walkway between Concourses A and B at the world’s busiest airport. It includes a […]

Sky’s the Limit @ Chicago Airport

Light sculpture at Chicago O’hare International Airport: “The Sky’s The Limit” is a 744-foot-long kinetic neon sculpture of light and sound designed by Michael Hayden. It is located in the underground walkway between Concourses B and C in Terminal 1.

Urban Health Initiative

Futuristic Product

Samsung Foldable Phone

Nokia Morph Concept

Glass Age A Day Made of Glass (2011) A Day Made of Glass (2012)  

TeamLab works Future World at ArtScience Museum and the Sketch Aquarium

Walking City

Tangible MausHaus Tangible MouseHaus is a java program that adds a physical front end to the MouseHaus program, a simulation of pedestrian behavior. Users of the MouseHaus pedestrian simulation model can define the positions and dimensions of elements such as building, park and attraction spots in an urban open space. Then, a user can choose the number of pedestrians and […]

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