The distribution of the fivers along the surface of the cloud responds to its curvaceous nature. Its organic form is accentuated by a non homogeneous gradual distribution of fibers, offering areas of high density for a higher resolution display, to areas of low or minimal density to maximize the softness and reflective qualities of the surface. The distribution of the fibers was algorithmically designed to match both the sensing capabilities of the cloud and its display properties.
Each fiber is a three-dimensional pixel located freely in space, in a spatial configuration, therefore the distribution of them is both aesthetical as it is functional. The distribution pattern of the cloud was thought as a platform which could offer the possibility of extending its current functionalities and interaction capabilities. The Cloud could and will extend and increase its interactive relationship with its environment. The Cloud changes over time, it grows.