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A threshold is set in the absolute difference between energy spent and energy generated. The closer the generated energy gets to that threshold, the faster the shapes flip as a reaction to their environment. Lavoisier additionally utilizes autonomous sensory meridian response (asmr) by creating a soft auditory rhythm, stemming from the flipping of the folded kaleidocycles. The responsive pull of the string tugs and strains, evoking sensations similar to someone working out. As the gym-goers move, the installation moves with them. The installation offers an eco-friendly and delightful way of informing students on their energy usage, while rewarding them with an embellished environment the more energy they generate.

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