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January 18, 2007

Jeep Booth Waterfall

at 5:25 am. Filed under Complex Hacks, Insane Equipment

 

This waterfall display is impressive, I would have loved to see it in person.

“From Detroit to Beijing, the Jeep Waterfall has mesmerized auto showgoers from across the globe. Tune in to discover how this H20 wonder works.”

Thanks Frank S.


 

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6 Responses to “Jeep Booth Waterfall”

  1. Prylar - Gadgets Says:

    […] Original post by Alan Parekh    Posted in Complex Hacks, Insane Equipment     […]

  2. John Says:

    What type of water valve would be good for this application.

    Looks like one is every ~.2″ and obviously it has to open and close quickly.

    (54 feet long * 12 inches) / “over” 3000 valves = 0.216

  3. Jim Says:

    Nifty but loud.

  4. andrew Says:

    The Waterfall was created by Professor Stephen Pevnick who is a Professor of Art at the University of Wisconsin Milwaukee. He built the Graphical Waterfall, then Called “Rainfall”, in 1979 using only a circuit board and a few valves.
    bio; http://www.uwm.edu/People/pevnick/index1.html
    The Graphical Waterfall has been shown on four continents in cities such as Paris, London, Geneve, Basel, Frankfurt, Hannover, Johannesburg, Beijing, Bangkok, Chicago, Dallas, Los Angels and many others. In 1995 the “Rainfall” went to Berlin for a major exhibition for artists and designers.

    Professor Pevnick was very honored when the people at GPJ and Daimler Chrysler asked him to be at the shows for Jeep.

    http://www.pevnickdesign.com/index1.html

  5. kevin Says:

    How do I get one of these waterfall displays?

  6. Alan Parekh Says:

    You would have to build it. 🙂

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