Sketch Waterfall Droplets, Little Drops Cause Large Movement

teamLab, 2018-, Interactive Digital Installation, Sound: Hideaki Takahashi

Sketch Waterfall Droplets, Little Drops Cause Large Movement

teamLab, 2018-, Interactive Digital Installation, Sound: Hideaki Takahashi

This waterfall is created from the water droplets drawn by people.

Color in a droplet on the paper provided. See the picture you have drawn become one of the many water droplets that make up the waterfall in front of you. Before long, your droplet will mix with the droplets drawn by other people. The falling water droplets will flow down to the bottom of the Graffiti Nature terrain.
When just one water droplet splashes, it bounces like a ball.
When the water droplets gather into a single body, they flow together and act like liquid water.
When water droplets separate from the body, they begin to behave like individual balls again.

Each one of the droplets, whether on its own or gathered with others, moves under the same simple rules of physics. However, when many droplets are gathered together, they behave in a way that could never have been guessed when dealing with individual droplets.