Interactive Storm drenches everyone in virtual rain on otherwise sunny day

Interactive Storm

In an effort to promote whisky brand Talisker Storm at Design Museum in London, the world’s first Interactive Storm by Michael Fish drenched everyone in artificial rain drops that came pouring down. Interestingly you as a user can control the weather conditions and opt for the kind of intensity the storm should be. This 25 feet installation can prop up winds, rain, lightning, fog or thunder using a unique set of controls. The interactive storm will go on tour in the whole of Europe as it baffles people with the ability to experience other worldly storm conditions that you otherwise would fear of. The Interactive Storm is designed to mimic the treacherous weather conditions of the Isle of Skye and I’m sure it will flummox everyone who sees it in real.

Interactive Storm

Interactive Storm

Via: Express

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