Earlier this year, I had the opportunity to visit the exhibit of digital society in Odaiba.
I'm usually not the kind of person who enjoys going to museums or art exhibits.
However, since I used to work in lighting for film and theater, I was interested in checking the famed light-based art exhibit.
I had been to light shows before.
Usually locating inside planetariums they are synchronized to music.
I expected to see something similar in Odaiba, but I didn't expect the wonders which I saw that day.
This exhibit is a collection of different kinds of exhibits made of projected light or light sources.
Some of them are complimented by sounds or music, while others have no sound but are based around the light of objects.
My favorite exhibit was a maze made out of lights which simulated rain.
The pattern changed every so often.
It was very relaxing, impressive, and romantic.
Another notable exhibit was the center room, which had a huge waterfall projected onto the main wall.
If you stood next to the wall, the water would split apart on your head.
The technology involved in many of the exhibits was mind-boggling.
I cannot recommend this exhibition enough.
If you are looking for one of a kind experience, make your way to Odaiba and check it out.