The media installation „Salt Worldwide.“ terminates the tour through the German Salt Museum, a former salt mine. There are 34 touch sensitive salt crystals spreading over the map highlighting salt concentrated areas in the world. According to the amount of salt located in these regions, millions of salt particles emit continuously over the world map, slide down along the mountain ridges, then diffuse and flow along the currents in the seas. When touched the crystals start to glow. From underneath the crystal grains of salt pour over the table and merge into an information window, which displays details of the chosen salt mine through text, images and movies.
All contents are computationally designed and generated in real-time.
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