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The Ars Electronica Center’s Luminous Puzzle Facade Can be “Solved” With a Rubik’s Cube

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Artist Javier Lloert created an interactive Puzzle Façade that is controlled via a Rubik’s cube. He connected the facade of the Ars Electronica Center in Linz, Austria to a white 3D-printed cube that controls the building's lights. Passersby are invited




 

 

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Artist Javier Lloert created an interactive Puzzle Façade that is controlled via a Rubik’s cube. He connected the facade of the Ars Electronica Center in Linz, Austria to a white 3D-printed cube that controls the building’s lights. Passersby are invited to engage with the interactive experience and take part in shaping the nighttime cityscape.

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