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Metropolis II: A Kinetic Sculpture That Circulates Miniature Cars Every Hour multiples installation cars

Metropolis II / Chris Burden's huge, chaotic city sculpture / LACMA

See and Hear LACMA's Zippy New Mini-City "Metropolis II"

Photos by Elizabeth Daniels Artist Chris Burden says that his huge, noisy, chaotic city sculpture "Metropolis II" "refers specifically to Los Angeles, but an idealized Los Angeles of the future.

Metropolis II by Chris Burden (the movie)

Chris Burden kinetic sculpture Metropolis II, on view now at LACMA. Possibly even more entranced by the filmmaking: by Catfish’s Henry Joost and Ariel Schulman.

A star is born: Olympic cauldron becomes downtown Rio's latest must-see attraction

The latest Rio Summer Games news direct from Brazil.

Chris Burden's Millennium II exhibit @LACMA with more than 1K cars racing around at any given time is #socool

Chris Burden's Millennium II exhibit with more than cars racing around at any given time is

Dark Venice

Dark Venice is a series by Toronto-based photographer Alessandro Cancian that presents the Italian city of Venice cloaked in darkness.

HacedoresCDMX: Ciudad de Hacedores es la feria de gente creativa y hacedores de la Ciudad de México que se llevará a cabo del con un ambicioso programa de actividades del 14 al 16 de noviembre en e...

HacedoresCDMX: Ciudad de Hacedores es la feria de gente creativa y hacedores de la Ciudad de México que se llevará a cabo del con un ambicioso programa de actividades del 14 al 16 de noviembre en e...

Visual math: Reuben Margolin builds large scale kinetic sculptures based off of mechanical waves. Some of his sculptures contain hundreds of pulleys all working in harmony with each other to create sinusoidal waves and their resulting interference patterns.

News: Math Craft Inspiration of the Week: The Kinetic Wave Sculptures of Reuben Margolin

Reuben Margolin builds large scale kinetic sculptures based off of mechanical waves. Some of his sculptures contain hundreds of pulleys all working in harmony with each other to create sinusoidal waves and their resulting interference patterns.

And you thought that Lego castle you built as a kid was impressive. Two engineers in England have set the world record for completing a Rubik's Cube with a robot made from the ubiquitous plastic blocks. The (somewhat) cleverly-named Cubestormer 3 robot accomplished the impressive feat in just 3.253 seconds — about 62 percent faster than the previous world record, which was held by the second-generation version of the robot.

Lego robot crushes Rubik's Cube world record with superhuman speed

LEGO Robot Solve a Rubik’s Cube in a Record Seconds LEGO Robot Video Above is the CubeStormer which just hauled in the Guinness World Record for analyzing and solving a Rubik’s cube in seconds.

Love bots? Build your own with an Arduino microcontroller, an open source computing platform. Tour the board and learn the pin headers you'll use in sketches.

Build your own with an Arduino microcontroller, an open source computing platform. Tour the board and learn the pin headers you'll use in sketches.

La Ciudad de México del siglo XIX en Google Street View 02-plaza-de-mexico

La Ciudad de México del siglo XIX en Google Street View 02-plaza-de-mexico

1600 chairs stacked for a public art display by Doris Salcedo

Doris Salcedo takes ordinary objects and uses their embodied histories,(d)evolved forms and sheer quantities to impress upon people the weight of time and meaning inherent in everyday items.

こちらが、35年を費やし、100,000本以上の”つまようじ”で作り上げた作品ですwww→海外「見た瞬間、息をするのを忘れちゃったよ。すごい!」

こちらが、35年を費やし、100,000本以上の”つまようじ”で作り上げた作品ですwww→海外「見た瞬間、息をするのを忘れちゃったよ。すごい!」

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