Rain Room

The Rain Room art installation makes me want to book a flight to London, asap. Created by rAndom, it allows visitors to pass through a downpour without getting wet. Cameras map human movement in the 100-square-meter room and send instructions for the rain to move near people, yet not too near, as they traverse the space. Fascinating.

Read more over on Architizer.

Also: rAndom spoke at CreativeMornings/London. Watch their talk.

(via @curiousoctopus)

5 Comments leave a comment below

  1. Come to London!

  2. The Glue Society have a very similar exhibit in Sydney’s Art and About exhibition that is currently on throughout the city.
    http://www.artandabout.com.au/raincoats-on-for-sydneys-leakiest-house/

  3. It’s like the opposite of your own little rain cloud over your head.

  4. So fun. Like this: Do they call it “Swingin’ ine rain”? http://designandarchitecture.tumblr.com/post/33280908022

  5. Amazing, if only I could just hop into a plane!

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