Tuesday, May 22, 2007
The Octapult is a kinetic sculpture made mostly of wood by Bradley N. Litwin. It has 8 synchronized catapults that can launch plastic balls at a rate of 160 per minute. Once launched, these balls are caught and recirculated. I think it's one of the most amazing piece of wooden contraption out there today.
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That's pretty impressive! I wonder how they calculated all that?
Now you just need to build one of These using that engine.
Now you just need to build one of THESE using that engine!! I'd buy tickets to see it. :)
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