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Flux is a 3D-printed kinetic sculpture that plays with perceptions of reality.

Details: Inspired by the Fibonacci sequence, three Koln International School of Design students, Frederik Scheve, Dieter Pilger, Janno Stroecker, have created a spherical, 3D printed, kinetic sculpture called Flux that plays with our perception of reality.

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Say the designers, “When we started the project we envisioned a sculpture that displays an animation in the open physical space. The animation can be seen just by looking at it with your eyes.”

“No external devices like a strobe or a camera are required. The 3D-printed hemisphere is constructed according to the fibonacci sequence, rotates in a certain speed and gets illuminated in a specific frequency.”

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Source: Via MOCO Submit.

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One thought on “Flux is a 3D-printed kinetic sculpture that plays with perceptions of reality.

Wow! Its look surreal to me, I have never seen something like this before. Its kind of cool stuff, where can I get this?

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