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LightBridge by Susanne Seitinger, researcher in the Program in Media Arts and Sciences, and Pol Pla, graduate student in the Program in Media Arts and Sciences, and the software team: Russell Cohen, Eugene Sun, Andrew Chen, Dave Lawrence, Daniel Taub, and David Xiao. Part of MIT's FAST Festival, LightBridge was a dynamic interactive LED array that responded to pedestrians on the bridge, illustrating MIT's ties to both sides of the Charles River. Thanks go to Philips ColorKinetics, CISCO, and SparkFun Electronics for helping to make LightBridge happen.

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Whoa! That’s so cool. I could look at this all day. Great job!

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