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From the moment you step inside The Cosmopolitan hotel in Las Vegas, you’ll feel like you’re somewhere else (New York or London perhaps?). Take a walk through the lobby’s digital art installation by Digital Kitchen and Rockwell Group LAB — it’s made up of eight columns that showcase LCD displays of trippy colorful art, from ocean life to seasonal backgrounds, and changes every few minutes.