Visualizing Wind Patterns

November 8th, 2012

This lyrical short just landed in my inbox, care of the talented Nina Solomon. While it’s been circulating the web for a while, it’s worth sharing for those who haven’t seen it. Capturing the wind’s graceful sweeps, 612 free-rotating directional arrows dance under directional force. Created by Charles Sowers, installed by Rocket Science and commissioned by the San Francisco Arts Commission, I’m assuming it’s a sight to behold. Check it out if you’re in the Bay area.


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