There’s no slowing down Tokyo-based teamLab. This digital-creative collective has the simulation of natural wonders using cutting-edge technology down to a fine art. Its latest immersive exhibition is now flooding the five oil tanks that constitute Tank Shanghai, the city’s ambitious new gallery space, built in a former refinery. The installations include Universe of Water Particles in the Tank, a digital waterfall that cascades over the walls and floor. Rendered in real time by a computer, the artwork shifts direction when people touch the surface, as if they were rocks obstructing the flow. It’s just one of several teamLab projects on view across Asia this summer. If you’re in Guangzhou, wander through shape-shifting illusory forests at Party Pier Culture and Art Zone (until 7 October), while in their native Japan, the teamLab touch transforms Himeji City Museum of Art (until 16 June), Kanazawa’s 21st Century Museum of Contemporary Art (9 August – 1 September) and Mifuneyama Rakuen Takeo Hot Springs, Kyushu (until 31 October).