Singapore’s Changi Airport has unveiled which the airport claims is the world’s largest kinetic art sculpture.
“Kinetic Rain,” is in the renovated Terminal 1 Departure Check-in Hall and has multiple patterns including turbulence, a hot air balloon and an airplane.
The 16 programmed shapes also include a kite, a dragon and a flock of birds.
Here’s a short video about the “making of” Kinetic Rain.
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