MoMA's "Rain Room"exhibit closes today. It's the last chance to walk in the rain without getting wet.
Digitally choreographed rain falls around a person, whose path is tracked with motion sensors. The sensors create a real-time dry "walking between the raindrops" path.
The exhibit hours had been extended from a 5:30 closing time to midnight and waits in line to get into the Rain Room were up to nine hours.
One hopes that the exhibit will travel.
Gothamist: Photos: Walk Between The Raindrops At MoMA's New "Rain Room"