Rendering courtesty of the Madison Square Park Conservancy.

With the Tree Huts still in place, the Madison Square Park Conservancy will add another element to the outdoor space: Rafael Lozano-Hemmer’s Pulse Park. The interactive light installation will be on view starting October 24th and run through November 17th, only visible from dusk to 10 p.m.

Here's how it works: visitors’ heart rates will be monitored by two heart rate sensor sculptures, and will activate two hundred theatrical spotlights, which in turn create "a pulsating matrix of light across the central Oval Lawn of the historic park." Hey MSPC, how about pumping Jose Gonzalez's cover of Heartbeats while all of this is going on?