The inspiration of this project is the Tyndall effect. The Tyndall effect is light scattering by particles in a colloid or in a very fine suspension. It is usually seen when sunlight is scattered by cloud, water, windows and so on. We extracted two qualities from this light scattering effect, which are reflection and refraction. The reflection in the Tyndall Effect is that dispersed lights is a reflection of the existence of materials, which contains particles that scatter the lights. Refraction in the Tyndall Effect is that the lights are refracted by materials, forming beams of lights which points to different directions.
Taking these qualities and inspirations into our design, we first generated an undulating surface. We created a box shaped volume on top of the surface. A number of moving attractors affects its form. The bottom objects that occupy the surface is a reflection of the top form. Its scale is undefined. Beams of light are emitted to the surface and they are refracted by the surface.