Consisting of over 2,800 iPod Nano screens, "The Discovery Wall" at Cornell's Medical College in Manhattan was a 2.5 year long process in digital art, conceived by Squint/Opera and accomplished in collaboration with Hirsch & Mann. From a distance, the animated screen appears as a single, unified image. But take a closer look and every single screen has its own unique text. As a permanent piece, it shows the plausibility of digital art to integrate with the existing building fabric. Watch the video above and make sure to learn more about the creative process here.
2,800 iPod Nano Screens Make Up Cornell's Discovery Wall
Cite: Andrew Galloway. "2,800 iPod Nano Screens Make Up Cornell's Discovery Wall" 14 Jun 2014. ArchDaily. Accessed . <https://www.archdaily.com/516325/2-500-ipod-nano-screens-make-up-cornell-s-discovery-wall> ISSN 0719-8884
About this author