Breathlessly watching Kinetic Rain, the dynamic sculpture with 1-0-2 at Singapore's airport
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Breathlessly watching Kinetic Rain, the dynamic sculpture with 1-0-2 at Singapore’s airport


Kinetic Rain is one of the largest dynamic sculptures in the world at Changi Airport, Singapore. Its uniqueness makes many people unable to take their eyes off and admire.

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These raindrops can be curved, arranged in many different shapes, such as kites, waves, airplanes and even regular rains.

The moving “rain block” produces a variety of rainfall motions created by 1,216 drops of rain, which are made from a very polished copper alloy. Each “rain drop” will connect to a motor on the ceiling of the check-in lobby. Their movements are very accurate and synchronized thanks to being controlled by a computer.

Kinectic Rain system is controlled by computer

The Kinectic Rain system was launched in early 2012 and takes 20 months to assemble. So far, this is still one of the most impressive dynamic sculptures in the world.

See also: Top 20 most impressive sculptures in the world

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