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Wouldn’t it be amazing if you could make a machine that would make 3D models of phenomena otherwise invisible to you? It’s fun to do, and it’s is an amazing creative process to create a machine that produces something that you can hold in your hand from the invisible – and it’s surprisingly easy. In this video I’ll show you how to use simple materials to create some unexpected results.

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  1. John Wood on said:

    I dont know.  It looks pretty visible to me. 

  2. Anonymous on said:

    Really very creative .. ..

  3. Anonymous on said:

    Really very creative .. ..

  4. So cool! i am now leaving hot glue guns and servos on my desk 24/7! lol

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