Sunday, December 5, 2010

Week TechVideo, 2010 #48 - Kinetic Horse Sculpture

Maybe you have already seen before some Kinetic Sculptures, and remember a former post here at TBs , about the artist Theo Jansen and some AFOLs' work with LEGO in this area.

Recently Milan Reindl (grohl) [1, 2, 3] published one video with a kinetic sculpture from an horse, powered by one RC buggy motor.
It features also a moving head and tail, while walking.

Nice listening too!


mahjqa said...

This might be relevant:

Anonymous said...

ha, was going to post that^^

Anonymous said...

Though I've seen this one before....

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