The author describes three interactive installations presented by the *.* Group from the turn of the 1980s to the 1990s. The first installation, Fractal Art, explored the fractal theme through various mediums, including images, music, sculpture, video, and photoelectric sensors. The second installation, Foreseen Variations, featured a robot performing a choreography with a dancer in an environment equipped with a camera and TV sets, allowing the audience to be immersed in a virtual performance. The third installation, Aurora Beings, was a continuation of the previous one, where young people could program a choreography for the robot and act as both artists and engineers within the environment.

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