São Paolo Club Deemed World’s Most Interactive With Motion Sensor Roof
São Paolo warehouse-style venue, The Year, is widely considered to be the most interactive club in the world, and with its latest addition, that title may be well founded.
Brazilian architect and prominent researcher Guto Requena has installed an LED roof that reacts to party goers dance moves, reading and translating temperature and movement of the people below into various light patterns. The intent behind the installation is to extend dancers bodies into the physical space of the club, merging anatomy and technology with a pulse.
The venue, which is located in the rapidly growing creative scene of the Brazilian metropolis’ Vila Nova Leopoldina area also boasts such amenities as a biological cell-esque bar area, landscape gardens, and outdoor area complete with retractable roof.
Check out the video below to check out how the new roof looks in action.