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Interactive art

Interactive art is a piece of art that involves the spectator in some way. Some sculptures achieve this by letting the observer walk in, on, and around the piece. Other works include computers and sensors to respond to motion or heat.

Examples of Interactive art can be seen at the http://www.theremediproject.com/ and http://www.betaspace.org/ webspaces.

The Alphabet Synthesis Machine is at the http://alphabet.tmema.org webspace.

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