This inventive cardboard installation is made by the Swiss design group, Zimoun. This installation is quite intriguing, it’s a series of 2,000 cardboards attached to 200 DC motors, which makes music in the most unconventional way thought. Sound Sculptures is truly a piece to marvel at, the scathing audio that is lurking in everyday objects. The untapped potential in the world. The clean, elegant sound sculptures combine visual, sonic, and spatial elements in an organically balanced entirely artwork. Using simple and well- conceived mechanical systems, Zimouns‘s work transforms and activates the space. Be sure to check out more of Zimoun’s work after the jump.
Be sure to watch the video for more of interactive showcasing of the installation, over at Vimeo.
Classic Ads: BurgerTime
BurgerTime (バーガータイム) is a 1982 arcade game created by Data East for its DECO Cassette System. In the US, Data East USA licensed BurgerTime for distribution by Bally Midway.
The game’s original title, Hamburger, was changed to BurgerTime before its introduction to the US. The player is chef Peter Pepper, who must walk over hamburger ingredients located across a maze of platforms while avoiding pursuing characters.
According to Twin Galaxies, the record high score on BurgerTime is 11,512,500 points, set by Bryan L. Wagner in 2008. [Wiki]