Feast your eye on this.
A technicolour green house has emerged in the middle of central Tokyo.
The aptly-named Digital Veggies, complete with psychedelic lights and a symphony of plants, is part of the design-based event that’s happening within Tokyo.
I mean, simply look at it. Â
Look at it, just delicately lying there being amazing. Â
The green house has seven types of vegetables rooted inside, with each vegetable activating a different sound when touched.
The different sound effects were created by taking natural sounds such as “touching leaves” and “eating fruit”, then mixing them with different orchestral devices to make a melody.
“Tomatoes are violin, carrots are trumpet, cabbages are oboe, mini radishes are flute, sweet potatoes are usually piano, eggplants are harp, pumpkins are clarinet, ” says the particular project’s website.
Unsurprisingly, the exhibition will be a lot less nightclub and a lot more greenhouse within the day.
Digital Vegetables, that is part of Tokyo’s Midtown Design Contact 2017 exhibition, was set up with a digital company aptly named Celebration. The event will run until November. 5.
Well, we know exactly where we’ll be.