Progressive exposure

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Xuedi Chen’s data driven sculpture slowly exposes the wearer the more they use their mobile phone. Using 3D printing and sheets, whose level of transparency can be controlled, a grid structure wraps around the wearer. A bluetooth link to the users phone monitors the time on the internet, progressively making the sheets, spanning the grid, more and more transparent. This is a physical representation of the increased exposure and vulnerability of users when continually active on the web.

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These photos show the transformers needed (I guess) to produce the high voltages required to control the sheets transparency.

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Sources: psfk, x.pose

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