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January 9, 2005 2:27 PM   Subscribe

Liquid Sculpture uses bubbles in the liquid to draw three-dimensional graphical patterns. (via)
posted by buriednexttoyou (7 comments total)

 
this is neat [ i was hoping for an interactive, but neat nonetheless]
posted by kamylyon at 7:13 PM on January 9, 2005


Very, very cool.
posted by interrobang at 7:29 PM on January 9, 2005


Very cool, thanks. Somehow reminds me of this guy's great "3D-display cube" project.
posted by fatllama at 10:25 PM on January 9, 2005


Very neat!!

I want one!! Kinda like a Lava-lamp but with bubble patterns...

Except that in the video, the bubble maker seems loud...

Chunka-chunka-chunka....

Doesn't seem like I could just zone out to it after a few good hits of Northern Lights #1... the noise is too distracting...

Good concept, refined and smaller, and it's a million dollar idea.
posted by Balisong at 11:11 PM on January 9, 2005


Sweet. The idea of having changing 3d artwork is quite modern. Only a small handfull people have moving art work on display at home (not including the TV).
The use of light and water can be very hypnotic.
posted by lightweight at 12:07 AM on January 10, 2005


Only a small handfull people have moving art work on display at home (not including the TV).
The use of light and water can be very hypnotic.


Unless your parents had a rain motion oil sculpture lamp thing...

Also, very hypnotic... Mesmorized for hours!!
posted by Balisong at 1:22 AM on January 10, 2005


There's a museum somewhere -- I want to say the St. Paul Museum of Science -- that has a sculpture in the lobby consisting of giant clear acrylic pipes. Bubbles are released into the pipes in various patterns by a computer. The effect is a giant upward-scrolling dot matrix. It's pretty cool.
posted by srt19170 at 11:56 AM on January 10, 2005


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