New York City Sculpture turns Weather into Art

Artist Erik Guzman has just installed a very cool art concept in New York City's World Financial Plaza. The installation is a concoction of "moving gears and flashing lights" that is constantly changing based on weather data. As the weather changes, the art responds, changing in its own interpretive way, creating neat designs and patterns.
But how? This weather data is received via radio waves, which then get turned into visual representations of spring breezes, winter winds, and we're guessing that lovely NYC summer humidity (warm garbage smell not included).


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She probably did, Tim, and shot the video attached to the story as well. And the artist has not updated his site to reflect the reality of this project, so this is the source.
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