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ダンボールで精密に作られたレトロな歯車からくり「MechaniCards」

アメリカ合衆国ペンシルベニア州のアーティスト、ブラッドリー・N・リトウィンさんが作るほとんどダンボール製で郵送が可能な歯車からくりカード「MechaniCards」のご紹介です。

[YouTube] Introducing MechaniCards™

Mailable kinetic sculptures, made by Bradley N. Litwin. They’re made primarily of paperboard, with few bits of wood and plastic. Available for purchase at www.MechaniCards.com.

「MechaniCards」の販売ページはこちら ≫ http://www.mechanicards.com/

同じくブラッドリー・N・リトウィンさんのYouTubeで公開中の動画から気になったものを4本ご紹介しておきます。

[YouTube] The Octapult

The “Octapult” is a kinetic sculpture designed and built on commission by Bradley N. Litwin of Philadelphia, PA. With 8 synchronized catapults, 160 plastic balls per minute are launched, caught, and recirculated. Made mostly of wood, the work is ~36 inches in diameter. On permanent display in the lobby of Lower Merion Elementary School, Merion Station, PA. Also a performing jazz musician, more of Litwin’s work may be seen and heard at www.bradlitwin.com. copyright ©2007 Bradley N. Litwin This video content is protected under US copyright law. If you want to use it, ask me first, please!

[YouTube] The Rotapult

This is the most demanding catapult machine design I’ve attempted, to date. That it works at all, much less very reliably, is fairly astonishing. For physics buffs, note that the throwing arm is aimed almost at a tangent to the circle of rotation. Very tricky!  copyright ©2007 Bradley N. Litwin This video content is protected under US copyright law. If you want to use it, ask me first, please!

[YouTube] Quadrapult

Kinetic sculpture with 4 ball catapults. Oak, oak ply, copper, steel and brass construction. Approx. 22″sq x 14″h on 4ft base. Work is for sale. copyright ©2007 Bradley N. LitwinThis video content is protected under US copyright law. If you want to use it, ask me first, please!

[YouTube] Mechanical AtomSmacker

Brad’s first attempt to subvert the limits of the known universe. Over a period of use, the device has been utilized for the continuous abuse of countless atomic structures. However, to date, no discernible affect on our own temporal-spacial domain has been observed. Unit is approx. 8″ x 4″ x 4″high, made of acrylic, brass and steel. copyright ©2007 Bradley N. Litwin This video content is protected under US copyright law. If you want to use it, ask me first, please!

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