Ferrofluid clock


Watch time come alive on the ever changing face of the ferrofluid clock. Ferrolic was designed from a strong fascination for the magical material Ferro Fluid. The natural dynamics of this fluid makes that this display bridges the gap between everyday digital screens and tangible reality. Because the fluid behaves in an unpredictable way, it is possible to give the bodies, perceived in the Ferrolic. Creator links, purchase sites, source videos, etc.

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Referral and affiliate links are allowe but the content must be good. A moderator will sticky the purchase link if one exists, though it may take time to . Benzer Bu sayfanın çevirisini yap This crazy clock uses ferro fluid to create a mesmerizing animation of numbers seeming to come together from blob like creatures moving around in glass. There are a lot of toys and novelties that use ferrofluid similar to an etch a sketch, etc. The creator is only making . ITEM DOES NOT COME WITH A MAGNET, ! ADULT SUPERVISON REQUIRED.

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DO NOT REMOVE SEAL CONTENTS OF THIS VIAL MAY BE TOXIC IF HANDELED IMPROPERLY. Contents: Hydrocarbon . Ferrolic, a ferrofluid clock prototype by industrial designer Zelf Koelman. The Rhei clock uses a magnetic liquid called Ferrofluid to tell time. The animation is unique each time it changes, so the clock never looks the same twice. Story by Jacob Shamsian and editing by Stephen . Rhei is a similar kinectic sculpture in the form of a table . However, behind the simple facade sits a basin containing ferrofluid , and a powerful set of electromagnets.

These hidden magnets manipulate the black liquid to form numbers. The moving blobs look almost alive, a fact not lost on Koelman who refers to them as “creatures. If we were to ask you to build a functioning, information providing clock that is also a piece of artwork, you would surely have your hands full. Where would you even start? This is a kinectic sculpture, and it comes in the form of a table clock full of transmorphing ferrofluid.

Designer Zelf Koelman created a clock that uses magnetic ferrofluid to display time. It is mesmerizing to watch and I want one very badly but they only made 24.


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