Cinimod Studio has created an interactive installation called 'Mood Conductor', which allows a single user at a time to control the movement, color, and intensity of the London Eye lighting during the Olympics (19th July – 12th August). The installation enables participants to use gestures and their heart rate to turn the city's famous Ferris wheel into a giant mood ring. It is also the first time a large public London landmark has been controlled directly by members of the public. The Mood Conductor follows the light show that takes place on the London Eye each night from 9PM.
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