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Anyone Who Has A Heart, Royal Manchester Childrens' Hospital. - Lead Designer. Joint commission with Andrew Small, public artist.

This interactive artwork was commissioned for the new Royal Manchester Childrens' Hospital. Conceived as the "heart and lungs" of the hospital, the work breathes (blue) in default, the average breath rate of a human being, and on interaction the sculpture measures and then projects the heart rate (red) upon interaction.

See video; www.vimeo.com/30159229
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Anyone Who Has A Heart, Royal Manchester Childrens' Hospital. - Lead Designer. Joint commission with Andrew Small, public artist.

This interactive artwork was commissioned for the new Royal Manchester Childrens' Hospital. Conceived as the "heart and lungs" of the hospital, the work breathes (blue) in default, the average breath rate of a human being, and on interaction the sculpture measures and then projects the heart rate (red) upon interaction.

See video; www.vimeo.com/30159229
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Anyone Who Has A Heart, Clock display function. - Lead Designer. Joint commission with Andrew Small, public artist.

This interactive artwork was commissioned for the new Royal Manchester Childrens' Hospital. On the hour the installation changes function and displays the time in levels representing one second, one minute, one hour and twelve hours.

See video; www.vimeo.com/30159229
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Anyone Who Has A Heart, Light display functions. - Lead Designer. Joint commission with Andrew Small, public artist.

This interactive artwork was commissioned for the new Royal Manchester Childrens' Hospital. When triggered by remote sensors, the sculpture reacts by displaying a lighting sequence.

See video; www.vimeo.com/30159229
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Royal Manchester Children's Hospital Commission. - A joint commission with Andrew Small, public artist.

This interactive sculpture was selected as the iconic sculpture for installation in the boulevard area.

Bands of tri-chip LEDs are activated as pairs of integrated heart rate monitors are triggered by a participant's heart rate.

The piece breaths blue at the average human breath rate when not interacted with, and then projects a persons heart rate in red when interacted with.

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