You might wonder WHY someone would want to do something like this, but an artist and an architect recently were able to create an example of an “indoor cloud” as part of an ongoing exhibition in Venice, Italy. There’s no particular practical application for something like this, but images and videos from this indoor cloud have been circulating around the internet. In addition to being an impressive technical feat, the creation of this particular indoor cloud was accomplished using processes quite similar to how real clouds form in the atmosphere, as Dr. Jon Schrage discusses on today’s episode of Weather Break.
This is where we originally found a story about the indoor cloud. Follow the links provided on that page for more information.