Next to a movie theater, we're going to say a church, temple or mosque are among the last places that using a mobile device is deemed okay. Unless you're in France's Saint-Eustache cathedral, that is, where your mobile-made thoughts translate into bits of laser light that travel up the house of worship's columns and form constellations on the vaulted ceiling. The installation was noticed by Creator's Project, is called Shooting Thoughts and is the work of one Filipe Vilas-Boas. The above picture might be impressive, sure, but it's nowhere near as cool as seeing it in motion -- jump after the break for that.
The Big Picture: using a cellphone in this cathedral creates a laser show
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