The Rain Room at the MOMA | Allows visitors to pass through a down pour without getting wet.

The Rain Room at the MOMA | Allows visitors to pass through a down pour without getting wet.

Devised by UK-based rAndom International, the “Rain Room” allows visitors to pass through a downpour without getting wet. The installation is set on a darkened stage solely lit by one large spotlight. 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.

Devised by UK-based rAndom International, the “Rain Room” allows visitors to pass through a downpour without getting wet. The installation is set on a darkened stage solely lit by one large spotlight. 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.

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