A Dutch artist collective installed a responsive ‘digital organism’ in a forest

In the province of Drenthe in the Netherlands, around seven and a half acres of forest are lit up at night by more than a thousand pulsating red lights. The lights can communicate with each other, and are meant to behave like a flock of birds, a school of fish, or a single “digital organism.”

Each battery-powered light, called a “Pixie,” is nestled on a diamond-shaped wooden plaque, and contains a microprocessor that sends signals to other Pixies in the…
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