You can explore mazes of mirrors and light at teamLab Tokyo
id=”article-body” class=”row” section=”article-body”> Geoffrey Morrison/CNET I am barefoot, standing in the dark on soft carpet. I can hear rushing water. I proceed toward the sound while carrying two cameras and my phone. As my eyes adjust, faint blue footlights illuminate the way. The cascade gets louder, then I round a corner and shop hoa tươi Nam Định see it: A ramp, two stories tall, softly lit on either side with LEDs. Water pours from a waterfall at the top, covering the ramp with a coating of fast-moving water, warm against my feet. This is going to be an adventure.
I’m in Toyosu, an artificial island in Tokyo Bay, at TeamLab Planets. This place is designed to feel otherworldly. It uses light, sound, textures, smells and more to fool your mind and manipulate your senses. It’s instantly effective. The warm rushing water, the textured floor giving my feet purchase as I climb, it’s transporting. I have no idea what’s in store, but I’m excited to find out.
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