Floribots, a massive art piece created by Geoffrey Drake-Brockman in 2005, is essentially an array of 128 simple folding paper flowers that are mechanically controlled. Each large flower extends out of a rigid base, and is capable of mechanically "blooming" and extending higher. Operating under a collective "hive-mind," they are capable of reacting to movement stimulus and even has an array of different "moods" they can display through dynamic movement.
[video src=video:https://youtu.be/u4zSkxh1-Hk?t=1881]Rapper, singer, comedian, writer, director, and producer Donald Glover, aka Childish Gambino, is no stranger to experimentation when it comes to art and bridging the gap between music and technology. Moreover, he utilizes technology to create not only an experience for fans but to interact with them as well. For PHAROS, Childish Gambino utilized a combination of motion capture technology, CGI, and virtual reality to create an immersive 3-Day musical experience that showcased a new way to enjoy and connect to an artist live on stage.
Perhaps the most influential event joining art and technology in the 1960s, 9 evenings was held in October 1966 in New York.