You have to see it. I’m quite used to technological “miracles” with magnetism like that, but let’s face it — it’s absolutely gorgeous.

What adds some oil to the fire is that it wasn’t developed in super-secret laboratories by an army of rocket scientists. It’s the artwork form of a mere mortal like you and me. To me it proves the concept — far not everything is already invented and, what’s more important, a single mind matters.

Thanks to Sachiko Kodama for several minutes of aesthetic pleasure!

Comments from the past

Oleg 0x13h said at 18:18 on August 20th, 2008:

It’s awesome and amazing!

Andrew Dashin said at 19:17 on August 21st, 2008:

Not impressed :(

Aleksey Gureiev said at 20:36 on August 21st, 2008:

Why? :)

Andrew Dashin said at 14:42 on August 22nd, 2008:

I dunno. Useless stuff :)

Aleksey Gureiev said at 14:51 on August 22nd, 2008:

Heh, poetry is also useless in this sense. So is painting, music composing and many other things having no obvious practical meaning.

What’s impressive (to me personally) is that people manage to find (peaceful) applications to things, properties, and everything else they discover. Watching the piece, I forget about wars around us and enjoy it how people focus on what is really important – The Life. She loves being an inventor, I adore being a programmer and a music composer. It’s all useless in the universal sense (who needs these web sites after all if we could live without them several millions of years), yet it’s my niche and I’m so happy with digging in that direction.

Not trying to change your heart… Just explaining what I see and feel about this stuff.

Cheers :)

Jurgen said at 15:24 on August 22nd, 2008:

just fantastic… art of the future

R00KIE said at 17:22 on August 22nd, 2008:

In a word: COOL :D