Giant fluid dynamics sculpture made of robot-glued plastic balls
"420,000 plastic spheres, each of which appears to be about 1.5" in diameter, glued together by industrial robot arms. The subject is a simulated liquid splashing inside an imaginary 50x20x20 foot box"
Submitted by NovySan on Sat, 10/02/2010 - 5:50pm
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