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Rainbeam is a natural light installation taking place on a blank wall in a dark alley of Venice called Calle dei Albanesi.

By simply standing or walking through it, people would affect the lighting by making the projected light cells go up and down along their presence.
The effect should be quite astonishing in reason of the lights acting as rain drops, and changing their shape and colour gradient according to the sun position. The core idea for the project was to have a mechanical/analogic approach so as to have a more physical installation, a way of embedding a natural element within the interactive piece.

Create by: Taddeo Zacchini (me), Lorenzo Cercelletta and Davide Cocchi