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May 9, 2009

100 Feet of Hose – Fluid Sculpture

at 7:19 pm. Filed under Cool Gadgets, Digg, DIY Hacks, What Were They Thinking


Not exactly sure how much plastic hose was used to make this cool sculpture but it is probably at least 100 feet. If you are going to the Maker Fair in San Mateo look for this water sculpture to be on display.

Via: Digg


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8 Responses to “100 Feet of Hose – Fluid Sculpture”

  1. John Says:

    this is awesome, I’ve not seen anything with such intense visual uniqueness in a long time.

  2. Haku Says:

    That has to be the most complex design of novelty drinking straw I’ve ever seen 😀

    If you did use it as a drinking straw you could probably get half the glass in the straw before you get to actually drink any.

  3. mikheil Says:

    Waaaaaaaaaaaoooooooooooooooooooo know that is so cool and nice
    vampires would enjoy it with blood 😉 =))

  4. mikheil Says:

    i have an idea from these sending binary data with long tube

  5. mikheil Says:

    no we do not even need binary hex will be fine without binary we can use colors for different hex codes

  6. paul hayden Says:

    it would be awesome if you put it in a continuous loop with maybe a arduino controller , you could make a bracelet or maybe a shirt out of the same design

  7. matthew Says:

    The use of fluroecent liquid would kick ass!

  8. JeremyC Says:

    Incedible. I never thought to use tubing like that.

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