DROPS is an installation made of water droplets, that move over an overhead projector due to the vibration of speakers. It focuses on investigating different ways of movement. Because of the vibrations, the drops start to move between points of cancellation and summation of the vibrations. This causes the droplets to start oscillating, getting stuck between vibration points or creating turbulence.
Drops consists of three arms that move by servo motors. Tubes are attached to the arms that drop water droplets on a plexiglass plate below them. The plate is connected to the speakers and vibrates the drops. The drops move due to a combination of vibration and a small run down of the plate. The overhead projector projects the image onto the wall, where the drops climb up the screen.