Video: Artist Takeshi Murata has physically animated this sphere using kinetic motion and strobes — it is not a 3D render. It is in fact a type of zoetrope, a rotating illusion originating in the 19th century, and was designed on a computer then fabricated by craftsmen and mechanical engineers.
This Rotating Sphere Is A Physical Animation And Not A 3D Render
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