Photo: Xavi Soto, Arts Santa Mònica (Flickr)
First public sets of the Burble where already involving people interaction on different parameters of the structure, but in the later applications, unfortunately, this interaction disappeared. The latest version of the Burble, at a smaller scale, brought back protagonism to the public, allowing them to become performers at the same time thanks to the use of remotes capable to control the LEDs of the Burble. That is also, as the designers say in the page of the project, a smart way to turn an individualistic, consumer-oriented object like a remote into a part of a community performance.
More information on the project’s website.