If fish could tiptoe, they would certainly be able to go through plenty of assorted flowers at the Enoshima Aquarium in Japan. Now through late December, colorful, floral light projections lend a whole new meaning to the phrase “tiptoeing through the tulips.”
Japanese studio teamlab brings the aquatic environment to life in their digital art installation, which projects flowering leaves, petals and other botanical forms floating through the aquarium tank’s water. As each fish swims through the artistic projection, the flowers collapse leaving a path of glittering petals, all of which are based on tank movement rather than the light projections alone.
Read more about this visual art display by visiting DesignBoom.com’s post
about the Flowers and Fish exhibit.
Also, scroll through teamlab images of the digital aquarium art below: