Tokyo stained glass windows change color based on what you're wearing
Normally, stained glass windows are associated with stuffy churches and dusty old landmarks. But the cosmetics company Shiseido has come up with a whole new take on stained glass by making the windows interactive.
The windows are located in Tokyo and work by using LCD monitors that react to your clothing. The cosmetics company teamed up with designers at a company called Party to create the "Life Color Window," which will be open until Christmas day.
There are three distinct sections of windows, with each one responding to the nearest person. The installation will change colors based on the hues of your clothes. Various graphics will also pop up depending on the shades of what you're wearing.
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