Not only does the Crystal Universe look like the most magical installation to stroll through, but you can control it. An immersive art exhibit of digitally controlled LED lights, the viewer can interactive with the room / sculpture / tiny universe.

It’s currently one of Japan’s most epic exhibitions ever, built by Tokyo-based teamLab, which is a collective of “ultratechnologists.” Wander through the Crystal Universe offers more than 3,000 square meters of sandbox art exploration, so each visitor’s experience is different, based on their movements. Why does anyone make stuffy art anymore when they make alternate dimension space-walk installations that make you feel like a god or goddess instead?