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Rintaro Hara’s Projection Wall of bubbles

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A large, soapy grid of netting rises up in front of eight small fans. Huge bubbles are blown into the room towards the person pulling the net up into place with a pulley. This is Rintaro Hara‘s Projection Wall, an interactive installation from the 2017 Japan Alps Festival.

Next: Bubble Bot, Bubble Device #4, New Spring, mist-filled ‘blossoms’ grow from a ‘tree’, Bulles de savon géantes, and The Bubble Artist.

Bonus pulley: Bicycle Powered Tree House Elevator.

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