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Wooden zoetrope sculptures spin in the forest

Spinning Daggers by Benjamin Ducroz, a set of seven 3D wooden zoetropes or kinetic sculptures made from 18 different instances of modulating sine and triangle waves. For this video, three of the zoetropes were filmed in the forest.

Follow that with this behind-the-scenes peek: 67 Daggers by Ducroz — “our home studio and zoetropes which did not make the cut in the video”.

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via Kuriositas.

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