The makers have used grated floor for the falling water and they have also used a system of valves, and pressure regulators. As was reported by the Mail Online, custom software and 3D tracking cameras are used to stop the water from falling in spots where people are standing. This might seem fascinating for people who do not see it pour at anytime of the day, as normally London people experience. Thus to attract more attention it is free and anyone can step in, watch it rain without getting wet. The technological secret of the art are the sensors that detect where people are standing.
The artists came together in 2005 while they were students at the Royal collage of Art at London. They made the rain room as a social experiment to extract personality types. As people mile in the room, they just watch people's reaction to their experiment. Enthusiastic people may rush in while pessimists would avoid the experiment altogether.
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