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Automata and Automaton Links The Automata / Automaton Blog - My blog about all things related to automata The Automaton Store - An Amazon aStore featuring automaton-related books, kits, toys, and tools Nemo Gould - Kinetic sculpture from found materials Morris Museum - Featuring the Guinness Collection of mechanical musical instruments & automata Automata and Automaton Links
Fun Animatronics Sites 1. Fixxon Realizacoes Criativas is a Brazilian (Portugese language) site located in Sao Paulo, Brazil. They build all kinds of animatronic projects plus building robots and projects for theme parks. Animatronic Santa Sculptor at work 2. Automates is a French site about ancient automatons. Fun Animatronics Sites
Simulated Reality Systems, LLC - Main Page
The Great Wall O' Gizmos
Workshop Shed Workshop Shed Back in Nov 2012 I backed a project on Kickstarter for a small Arduino like microcontroller system called "Smartduino" which I hoped to use for an internet connected humidity monitor. About this time last year I was expecting to see it delivered. I'm still waiting, which even by Kickstarter standards is a long time.
Pierre Luu (FR): Machines hydrauliques - Spiel und Kunst mit Mechanik
Kineticus Home
How to Build a Marble Machine The centerpiece for this marble machine are the gears. They lift dozens of marbles at a time and send them down an amazing track of twists and turns. At first glance I thought this creation was some sort of wooden gear clock. The only thing that gave it away was the fact there were no hands on the face, not to mention it was missing numbers. How to Build a Marble Machine
John S. Morgan
Kinetic Wall Art Large Wooden Gears by Whystler on Etsy What geek or steampunk enthusiast isn't gear-happy? Gears aren't just functional, they have a beauty all their own. Maybe you've seen the marvelous stencils and vinyl gear stick-ons for your wall. Take it to the next level and decorate with something that actually moves with that satisfying "chunkatootha" sound no less! Kinetic Wall Art Large Wooden Gears by Whystler on Etsy

KMODDL - Kinematic Models for Design Digital Library KMODDL is a collection of mechanical models and related resources for teaching the principles of kinematics--the geometry of pure motion. The core of KMODDL is the Reuleaux Collection of Mechanisms and Machines, an important collection of 19th-century machine elements held by Cornell's Sibley School of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering. What is Kinematics? Reuleaux Collection of Mechanisms at Cornell Clark Collection of Mechanical Movements, Museum of Science, Boston KMODDL - Kinematic Models for Design Digital Library
The Museum of RetroTechnology
home Artist Nemo Gould (A.K.A. “nemomatic”) is a compulsive collector of things, and builder of all sorts. All of his work is made from found materials which he gathers from around his Oakland, CA studio. These Assemblage works can be described as “Kinetic Sculpture” or “Automata”. These terms refer to art which incorporates motion, light, sound, and interactivity with the viewer. Recurring themes of robots, creatures, and vehicles reveal the artist’s love of science fiction, mechanical design, and the generally bizarre. home
twentysevengears home twentysevengears home Not very pretty, I know. But this is a proof of concept for a mechanical liquid measuring/dispensing device. You know what that means: cocktails.
cool marble machine in wood
Kinetica Art Fair Kinetica Art Fair Kinetica would like to thank everyone for visiting Kinetica Art Fair 2013. Kinetica Art Fair 2013 received a record number of visitors and had exhibitor participation from the UK, Brazil, Russia, Poland, USA, France, Holland, Belgium, Italy, Spain, Germany, Turkey, Indonesia and Israel. The fair in a short number of years has become a landmark event on the Art Fair calendar, and is the only fair of its kind in the UK to provide an international platform for kinetic, electronic and new media art. Previews and reviews of Kinetica Art Fair 2013 are on The Telegraph, The Huffington Post, The Times, Artlyst, New Scientist and Flickr. See also Creators Project for video interviews with artists, including Gregory Barsamian and Light Artists at Kinetica Art Fair 2013.