The "ultra-technologists" of teamLab is opening a museum in Japan that's guaranteed to snatch yo wigs and level up your Instagram feeds. Thanks to the Mori Group, Epson, as well as 520 computers and 470 projectors, the Mori Building Digital Art Museum in Tokyo is all about installations that bring two themes together: nature and communication.
As an interactive museum, nothing is static; the art work moves and everything "radiates from your perspective." And guess what? Nothing is played on loop so you can't predict what you'll experience next.
Tickets are ¥2,400 for adults (P1,150). Take note: The museum is closed every second and fourth Tuesday of the month. Check out their official websit here.
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