Not sure if anyone here is old enough to remember an obscure model kit from 1987 by Bandai called Revolt Bearmobill (Bearmobill is not a typo, btw). It is a walker like AT-AT from Star Wars except that it does not quite actually walk with those legs.
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LEGO Kinetic Art Of A Person Bathing In LEGO Bricks Is Awesome And Fun
Have you ever imagine yourself bathing in a tub of LEGO bricks? Never mind if you never did because, there’s at least one guy who did and he has created a beautiful and fun LEGO kinetic art to express this desire.
Micro-size LEGO Star Wars Trench Run Kinetic Sculpture Is Mesmerizing To See
Remember the LEGO MOC of the Death Star trench run by Wani Kim? Well, here’s another one. This one, though, is significantly less detailed and much smaller. But making up for the lack of size and details, is motion. Yes. This adorable iteration of the memorable scene from the A New Hope is in fact …
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JK Brickworks Recreate Adam Savage’s Robot Rickshaw As A LEGO Kinetic Art
You saw how Adam Savage built a steampunk rickshaw to enable Boston Dynamics’ robotic dog Spot to haul him around. You probably have also seen how the man scratch built the fabulous Victorian/steampunk-ish rickshaw.
Someone Modified A Bicycle To Have Walking Legs Inspired By Theo Jansen’s Strandbeest
Remember Theo Jansen’s incredible kinetic sculpture, Strandbeest (which also happens to have a toy version)? Well, YouTuber/maker extraordinaire most noted for creating stuff out of cardboard, The Q, has incorporate that complex walking mechanism into… a bicycle. Yes! A walking bicycle!
Humism Puts Kinetic Sculpture On To Automatic Watches And It Is Strangely Mesmerizing
Timepieces is an art itself that is not immediately visible and hence, not quite being appreciated. However, with the Humism Kinetic Art Wrist Watches, that art becomes very literal. Like, in-your-face kind of literal. It literally brings the art to the forefront because, its has a freaking kinetic art sculpture slapped right on the face …
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British Artist Puppeteering An Air-Powered Octopus Was Quite A Sight
Remember the giant puppetry troupe La Machine? Well, this one here called Ocho the Octopus by British artist and puppeteer Tim Davies is somewhat similar, but it is a lot smaller because, it is an one-man-operation puppet. It is inflatable for obvious reasons. Like because, the entire contraption has to go onto Davies so it …
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Artist Explores Engineer’s Mind With This Awesome LEGO Kinetic Sculpture
Human’s mind is somewhat of a rocket science. The complexity far exceeds anything mankind have known, but what if you could narrow it down to the specific, like an engineer’s mind? How would it look like? Well, instead of showing a brain and pointing out the various lobes and neurons, which would only makes sense …
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This Rocking Chair Uses Kinetic Motion To Knit A Hat As You Idly Rocks On It
Ever thought about knitting but can’t put yourself through the ‘demanding’ learning curve? Well, you don’t have to if you had the kinetic machine created by ECAL students Damien Ludi and Colin Peillex back in 2012. Yes. This thing is more than three years old, but to us, this kinetic rig, named ECAL Low-Tech Factory/Rocking-Knit, …
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FlipBooKit – Mechanical Flipbook Art & Kit
whether the idea of flipping the pages to create an animation is your cup of tea or you are simply awe by the magic of mechanical/kinetic art, the FlipBooKit is certain to put a smile on your face. created by kinetic artists Wendy Marvel and Mark Arnon Rosen, collectively known as Mechanical Flipbook, the FlipBooKit is basically a box with a bunch of…