215 Points of View is an artist's attempts to build an invisible sphere, with 215 monitors placed directly opposite 215 cameras, allowing the viewer to peer directly through an eight hundred pound mass of steel, glass and electronics. It's a noble idea, but the photos and video show that it's a horrible failure. Not only is the sphere still very much visible, but you can't even tell what the screens are supposed to be showing. Calling this an invisible sphere is like calling a shopping cart an automobile.
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