Rain Room: rAndom International

Curator: Local Projects
date: March 4, 2013
Categories: Experience Design
Tags: 3D tracking cameras, installation, interaction design, rAndom International, water
Photo: Felix Clay
Visitors inside the Rain Room at the Barbican

The Rain Room installation created by rAndom International at the Barbican Centre in London invites visitors to enter a downpour of rain only to discover that their bodies interrupt the flow of water anywhere they go—they never get wet even as the rain continues to fall all around them. 

This uncanny interaction between us and the elements is an interesting flip on our expectation to either control or give in to our environment. 

Video of the Rain Room at the Barbican

  • Ricardo Calabaça

    Been there, done that!!! Great stuff.

  • James

    And now going to MOMA for May/June 2013!

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