Interactive Fish Display


This comes to us from Natalie Jeremijenko, one of the foremost Animal Architecture thinkers and developers. In fact we’ve already mentioned a version of this piece in a previous post and now with a new rendering and more detailed description we feel it’s fair to post it again. We’d forgotten, or maybe weren’t clued in the first time, to the fish-texting aspect. Totally cool. For more on the project click here. For more on Natalie and her animal projects, specifically the Environmental Health Clinic click here.


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