Digital Water Pavilion

Digital Water Pavilion
Design
Dan Gould
  • 16 june 2008


Just opened at the Zaragoza World Expo in Spain, the digital water pavilion is an experimental building with walls made of water. The cascading sheets are programmable and can display different patterns and even words. Walls can react dynamically to input from sensors, spontaneously creating doors when you approach the building. A team from MIT designed the pavilion, and won Time Magazines best invention of the year in 2007.

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