If you stumbled upon 2,300 living flowers suspended in the air that responded to your every movement, you would think that you landed in the middle of a dreamy, futuristic utopia. But that's exactly what happens at the dazzling Floating Flower Garden in Japan. 

The awe-inspiring installation was created by the art collective teamLab and combines technology and natural beauty in a way that the world has never seen. Engineers, architects, and CG animations are part of the collective that built the exhibit that responds to people passing through it by lifting and lowering flowers in a way so the guest can be fully immersed in the garden. 

In fact that flowers are so responsive to a person's movement that by the end, they almost form a bubble around you. The goal of the experience is to have humans become one with the flowers and therefore nature.

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