Craft & Design Robotics Science
Neural network sculpture made from sticks and fishing weights
RechnenderRaum_web.jpg

The “Rechnender Raum / Calculating Space” is a light-weight kinetic sculpture by Ralf Baecker that is constructed from sticks, strings, and fishing weights. The sculpture also functions a fully functional neural network. Really impressive piece and the video at the link below is pretty amazing to see it in action. Also, the piece will be showing at Arbots 2008 this coming Sept, in Dublin, Ireland.

Rechnender Raum / Calculating Space

4 thoughts on “Neural network sculpture made from sticks and fishing weights

  1. Interesting I guess.

    “the video at the link below is pretty amazing to see it in action”. Amazing that someone would build it… but otherwise it’s pretty boring to watch.

    Apparently it “functions a fully functional neural network”. You mean “as” a fully functional neural network?
    If that’s true, it’s not very obvious.
    Isn’t it just some sensors that tell servos/motors to rotate or not, with maybe some feedback involved?

Comments are closed.

Tagged