NAME: Rain Room
AUTHOR: Interactive designe studio rAndom International.
DESCRIPTION: In a room where an artificial rain is pouring, a 3D camera tracks the visitor’s movements and creates a dry path which prevents him from getting wet. The visitor can walk freely wherever he wants protected by the technological eye watching over his dryness. The Rain Room is on view at the Barbican Center in London until March, 3rd 2013.
AMUSEMENT RATE: Ever wanted to feel like Jesus parting the Red Sea? Here’s your chance! The artwork is a great piece of technology as well as an impressive, almost magical experience. Now, can they please find a way to apply the system to the atmosphere?