The exhibition features four mobile caterpillar robots, together with control consoles for manipulating them. Each robot/console unit is equipped with LCD monitors, compact video cameras and microphones for exchanging audiovisual information between the robots and the visitors navigating them. By navigating the robots as their alter egos through which they communicate with other participants, visitors can experience three forms of communication - human-to-human, human-to-robot, and robot-to-robot - at the same time.
Built-in LCD monitors and speakers on the front side of the robots display the faces and voices of the respective visitors navigating them, based on data radio transmitted in real-time from each control console. At the same time, images and sounds recorded by video cameras built into the front side of each robot are displayed on the respective control console.
While the visitors and robots appear to be simply exchanging audioisual information, differences in the "physical traits" of both are highlighted among others through patterns of infrared rays that are only visible by way of the robots' mediation, projected onto the venue's floor and walls. The experience of this work evokes in the visitor a particular kind of bodily sensation.