Rain Room

Rain Room
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There's a “rain room” in London that makes rain fall everywhere in the room except the spot where you're standing at.

Located in The Curve gallery, Rain Room is a perpetual rain shower which lets visitors feel the moisture in the air and hear the sound of rain while remaining untouched by drops of water.

Cameras installed around the room detect human movements and send instructions to the rain drops to continually move away from visitors.

The water drips through a grid in the floor where it is treated before being sent back up to the ceiling to fall again.

Formed in 2005 by former Royal College of Art students Hannes Koch, Florian Ortkrass and Stuart Wood, rAndom International has created a number of installations involving audience participation.

"Rain Room is the first time that we've extended the level of our experimentation to the huge public space that is The Curve at the Barbican," rAndom International told Dezeen.
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