Hoonida Kim’s LiDAR Pods Invite People to Navigate the World like an Autonomous Car

The last stop in the year-long exhibition rally “Multiverse,” Hoonida Kim’s “Landscape being Decoded” opens at Seoul’s National Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art (MMCA). The Korean artist deploys a series of mobile “environmental recognition apparatuses” called DataScape that allow the person inside to navigate the world like an autonomous car: 360° LiDAR sensors collect spatial information and translate them into sound, “because our auditory sense has the least latency.”

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