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Wired.com just posted a nice video about a project I played a…

Wired.com just posted a nice video about a project I played a…

Wired.com just posted a nice video about a project I played a small role in recently.  The task was to create a large gravity powered mechanical sculpture that would display political messages and ultimately stamp dollar bills with slogans (that’s literally the shortest summary I can come up with, watch the video for a better explanation).  My job was to produce a mechanism that would cause a cascade of money to fall from a politicians mouth, and then retract.  I can’t take any credit for the great paint job, just the behind the scenes stuff.

http://www.wired.com/video/latest-videos/latest/1815816633/the-stamp-mobile-a-crazy-money-marking-contraption/1895674347001

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