For the past six months, I’ve watched and admired Brent Thorne’s whimsical laser-cut creations. I’ve seen him create complex zoetropes and elaborate gear systems, but his latest creation is amazing. Brent is building a fractal computer out of wooden laser-cut parts.
Brent’s creation will eventually be able to continually draw fractals. He estimates a build time of about 160 hours. You can read more about this and see videos on his blog.
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WOW! Even without the rest, it’s a beautiful thing. I can’t wait to see how it works.
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