If you ever find yourself at the Changi Singapore Airport, be sure to stop by Terminal 1 and check out this “computationally designed choreography” piece.
It’s hard to believe what is shown in this video is real. Until I saw people walking in the background, I thought it was CGI.
Every 15 minutes, the pre-programmed show loops suspended in the air above above two opposing escalators. The 608 “rain droplets” are actually made from aluminum and copper and hang from steel strings.
Hopefully more boring airports catch on and start commissioning artists to do more types of things like this.