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#185324 - 06/14/09 06:36 AM animaris umerus
Loc: Netherlands, the Hague
This is the basic structure of the animaris.
If you'd like to see the larger animaris umerus in action click video link. Theo Jansen is an engineer/artist spending his life creating animals from PVC electricity tubes. They walk on windpower. This week he experiments at the beach trying to attach a water sensor system so when it walks free and the tide comes up it will seek dry grounds.
Edited by BranShea (06/15/09 03:18 AM)
Edit Reason: h-drops
Entire topic Subject Posted by Posted animaris umerus BranShea 06/14/09 06:36 AM Re: watching c beams glitter near the tannhäuser gate zmjezhd 06/14/09 01:10 PM Re: watching c beams glitter near the tannhäuser gate BranShea 06/15/09 03:33 AM Re: watching c beams glitter near the tannhäuser gate Zed 06/16/09 04:38 AM Re: animaris umerus BranShea 06/17/09 04:03 PM Re: animaris umerus LukeJavan8 06/21/09 02:09 PM
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