The installation will invite visitors to experience walking through water without getting wet, with motion sensors responding to the presence and movement of guests and stopping the the flow of water as they step under it.
Designed as a giant 3D dishwasher, the build will use 2,000 litres of recycled water, falling at a rate of 44 litres per minute, to create an indoor flow of liquid, similar to the conditions inside a dishwasher when it is being used.
Visitors will be able to view the installation from 5-7 May at the Observation Point on London's Southbank, and lucky guests will receive on the spot prizes.
Last month, Bosch unveiled a 3D advertising campaign at Piccadilly Circus underground station promoting the brand's i-DOS washing machines.
More: Currys PC World opened a colour-themed pop-up in March to celebrate the launch of the new AEG premium laundry collection.
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