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Floating LED sculpture educates public about water quality

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New Yorkers walking by the East River may soon notice something unusual: floating LED lights in the shape of a giant plus sign. 

The setup, called +Pool Light, is a months-long public art installation meant to educate the public about water quality. 

At first glance, the floating sculpture just looks like a bunch of pretty lights. But there's actually some sophisticated tech behind the installation. 

We’re floating into the weekend with the launch of a new public art light installation in the East River by @pluspoolny!

Its lights are powered by Reaktor-built technology that, in near-real-time, alerts the public to changes in the city’s water quality: https://t.co/xszJSoyu7e pic.twitter.com/UY7z52aeBT

— Reaktor (@ReaktorNow) October 4, 2019

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