The very first of its kind, the Mori Building Digital Art Museum teamLab Borderless was created as a collaborative effort between the Mori Group and Epson and is located on the famous artificial island of Odaiba off the coast of Tokyo, Japan. With only one day before its grand opening on June 21, anticipation is high and tickets are selling fast. With a rather steep entrance fee, general admission is almost 30 US dollars, the groundbreaking space offers an entirely new museum experience.
Within the 1 million square feet of space, the Museum teamLab Collective utilized over 500 computers and nearly 450 projectors to create each interactive installation, boasting the unlimited opportunities a viewer can see. Because none of the programming is on a loop, the possibilities are endless within the 40-some installations. The level of interaction within and with the space is meant to be central to the viewers' experience, as a member of teamLab stated, "there's is not just a single vantage point. You become the center, and the artwork changes with you". While most art exhibitions are defined as stand-alone attractions, this digital world mixes together, not always staying in one place, allowing elements to jump from one installation to the next.