You know that feeling you get after having one too many and it seems the room is spinning or the walls are doing some sort of wavy-type thing? It's like that, only real and awesome.

During the 2012 Yeosu EXPO in Seoul, South Korea a few weeks ago, a media art group called, Jonpasang created a display for the Hyundai Motor Group Exhibition Pavilion called the Hyper-Matrix. Essentially it's one large room in which three of the walls literally move, creating a variety of designs to the delight of the audience. No need for mind-altering narcotics for this one, the video alone is a trip all its own.

2012 Yeosu EXPO HYUNDAI MOTOR GROUP - Hyper-Matrix from yangsookyun on Vimeo.

So how does it work? By the looks of the next video, it's a painstaking process that takes a ridiculous amount of time, steel, motorized arms, and styrofoam blocks.

Making of the Hyper-Matrix from yangsookyun on Vimeo.