Eindhoven’s dazzling GLOW Festival blends technology and design

Every year in The Netherlands, Eindhoven turns into a vibrant open-air museum of light. The Glow Festival is a free public event that displays illuminated artworks throughout city parks, street alleys, and public buildings.

With Philips as their main sponsor, the annual festival sheds new light on the latest technologies the company has to offer by showcasing light installations, some mapped onto public building facades and others that visitors are encouraged to interact with. Visited by more than 730.000 people, the festival features two walking routes: the Science Route, a walking loop of 2.20 miles across the Eindhoven University of Technology (TUe) campus and the City Route, another of 2.6 miles path through the city center.

Read the full story at inhabitat.com.

Victoria Krisman is Interactive Media Specialist for the Intelligent Community Forum.
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