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VIDEO: "Bionic" Architecture That Moves When You Do

VIDEO: "Bionic" Architecture That Moves When You Do

The Brooklyn based firm The Principals are known for their interactive design, industrial design and installation work. The video above hi-lights their latest "bionic" installation, which actually responds and reacts to human movement thanks to myoelectric sensors that pick up voltage increases on the skin when a muscle contracts. To learn more head over to their website - and make sure to check out all of The Principals other installations featured on ArchDaily.

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Cite: Andrew Galloway. "VIDEO: "Bionic" Architecture That Moves When You Do" 26 May 2014. ArchDaily. Accessed . <https://www.archdaily.com/510167/video-bionic-architecture-that-moves-when-you-do/> ISSN 0719-8884