This was a really cool interactive video installation at the “Can’t Look Away” horror film exhibit at the EMP. It uses the viewer’s silhouette to produce some pretty cool shape and sound design effects.
The one-and-only Space Needle! The icon of the Seattle skyline. It was built for the 1962 World Fair. The Space Needle is 605 feet / 184 metres high. The first floor is a revolving restaurant, the second floor is an observation deck and the ground floor is a lobby full of hideous and useless souvenirs. It also sways when the wind is very strong, which we experienced first hand.
Note the fourth photo of the bird’s eye-view of the Experience Music Project. It is supposed to look like a smashed guitar. We weren’t convinced.
Note the fifth photo of downtown Seattle: Majestic Mount Rainier in the background and the home of the Seahawks on the mid - right.