Dichroic Disco is an interactive cube filled with Dichroic Film that refracts colorful light in the day and night. It’s use of color, light, and motion is a representation of how we interact with music. The cube can be pushed and spun by participants, which changes the speed in which light is refracted off of the Dichroic Film.
About The Creator
After graduating from U.C. Davis with a B.A. in Design, Max Connor began working at Nike as a Space Planning Specialist. He worked on the architecture and environmental design of the newly built Nike SOHO New York building, a 50,000 square foot building which has been covered by Fast Company and Business Insider for its design and innovation. Max’s work focuses on visual impact and environmental design. He likes to spend his time seeking out adventure with his camera in hand as well as working on freelance design projects.