Noah describes a cave* installation he’s working on where words come at you from the walls and you can push them back again with your hand! The only caves I’ve been in are totally uninteractive: just fancy images on the walls. This sounds fascinating.

*A cave is a kind of Virtual Reality, but instead of seeing the virtual world through goggles images of the world are projected on the walls around you, and sometimes the ceiling and floor as well. Sometimes you wear gloves and so on so you can manipulate virtual objects.

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