NF Catching Light: CMHR Lights of Inclusion

Another post from the free Wednesday evening at Canadian Museum for Human Rights.

This time the photos are of one of the award-winning digital media displays(see more here). This exhibit is called “The Lights of Inclusion” and described in the link as: “This activity invites visitors of all ages to interact on a circular floor area where coloured lights are projected onto each participant via motion-tracking sensors. When players move together, their lights merge and change, which facilitates programming about the power of inclusion and cooperation to build strong groups.”

3 young boys were playing on the interactive floor:

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Linking to NF Catching Light meme here

NF Catching Light

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