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Sisyphus LEGO kinetic sculpture

Sisyphus LEGO kinetic sculpture

(4:14) Sisyphus endlessly pushing his boulder. Sculpture was inspired by a video from Disney Research into character models that use mechanical links and gears to achieve realistic motion. youtu.be/DfznnKUwywQ Sculpture by Jason Allemann. jkbrickworks.com

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Guest: Johnsthoughts (779 days ago)
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Awesome use of cams and the belt to stabilse the system, very imaginative & ingenious work. If memory serves me well the boulder went up the hill and then was rolled down for the next day, and in the evening for desert the poor guy's liver was pecked out - you have got to love the imagination of religions.

Would love to see your Lego solution to' perfect motion' - gravity fed perpedual motion.

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Awesome use of cams and the belt to stabilse the system, very imaginative & ingenious work. If memory serves me well the boulder went up the hill and then was rolled down for the next day, and in the evening for desert the poor guy's liver was pecked out - you have got to love the imagination of religions.

Would love to see your Lego solution to' perfect motion' - gravity fed perpedual motion.

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