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Osaka Station City Waterfall Printer

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Meanwhile in Japan, how about a waterfall clock? Functioning almost like a “water printer” that displays, not only the time, but intricate Japanese-style floral patterns, Osaka City Station’s water fountain technology is fascinating to watch. You can see another view of the installation here

Thanks, Berthold.

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