OLED gets arty with Mimosa installation

Artist Jason Bruges creates an interactive art installation for the 2010 Milan furniture fair using a series of moving OLED displays.

Photo of the Mimosa OLED table art installation.
Mimosa, by Jason Bruges. Philips

Named for a rapidly moving plant, and not the sweet cocktail, Jason Bruges' Mimosa art installation explores the artistic possibilities of small OLED displays.

Unveiled for the 2010 Milan furniture fair, Mimosa makes use of Philips Lumiblade OLED panels, networked together in a series of flowerlike modules that open and close in the presence of visitors.

Is it art? Sure. But it's also the most mesmerizing coffee table we've ever seen.

(Via Dezeen)

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