Amazing installation tells the fortune using falling water droplets.

To celebrate the launch of its new spring water beverage, Nestle created an interactive water installation that acts like a ‘Magic 8-Ball.' The fortune telling device has ‘scripted sheets of water' where drops of water fall down to form words. The Fountain of Electrolytenment had passersby asking questions from love and relationship, to work and money.

The unique fountain was created by the ad the agency McCann Erikson after teaming up with industrial designer Steve Pevnick. The fountain was on display between 3-6 May at The Grove, a shopping center in L.A.

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