Nope, it's not a museum. The mesmerizing video above is of "Kinetic Rain," an installation in Terminal 1 of Singapore's Changi Airport.
Created by Berlin firm ART+COM, the weather-inspired sculpture comprises two sections, each of which has 608 rain drops—tear-shaped droplets are made of lightweight aluminum covered with copper affixed to steel ropes. They dance to a 15-minute pre-programed dance, manned by a computer-controlled machine hidden in the ceiling above. It's so hypnotizing, you could stare at it for hours. Just don't miss your flight. [Hungeree via This Is Colassal]