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www.strandbeest.info fossielen

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This is a four legged veichle with only one motor in the middle. I got the inspiration from Theo Jansen's "Beach beast" and here is my result:)

LBP 4 legged walker with 1 motor

Theo Jansen's "Strandbeest"  look it up on You Tube - amazing!

Theo Jansen’s “Strandbeest”

Theo Jansen is a Dutch artist who builds beautiful works of “Kinetic Sculptures”, huge artificial animal skeletons using the winds to walk across the beaches of the Netherlands.

theo jansen linkage design

3D Printed- Theo Jansen Mechanism Steps

theo jansen linkage design

Theo Jansen's "Leg" Mechanism Design, this basic design was used for his Strandbeest, Rhinoceros, etc.

Theo Jansen's "Leg" Mechanism Design, this basic design was used for his Strandbeest, Rhinoceros, etc.

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Lego, Sculptures, Legos

Unbelievable living sculpture!

Theo Jansen's Mighty Wind-Powered Creatures (Videos)

Theo Jansen 's kinetic sculpture Strandbeest. A wind-driven walking machine. The Jansen's linkage is a leg mechanism designed by the kinetic sculptor Theo Jansen to simulate a smooth walking motion  Jansen has used his mechanism in a variety of kinetic sculptures which are known as Strandbeests . Jansen's linkage bears artistic as well as mechanical merit for its simulation of organic walking motion using a simple rotary input. Illustrations Animation of one leg length of the rods...

One of our customers designed a robot after Theo Jansen’s Strandbeest mechanism. How to build a Strandbeest thanks to printing?

Theo Jansen’s sketch of his leg designs, with translation and annotation

Theo Jansen’s sketch of his leg designs, with translation and annotation

Theo Jansen makes beautifully alive kinetic sculptures out of yellow plastic tubes.

Theo Jansen makes beautifully alive kinetic sculptures out of yellow plastic tubes. This is fascinating and cool.

Theo Jansen's Strandbeest exhibition in Fed square. Recycled plastic, engineering creativity and a little push factor #slf2012

Theo Jansen's Strandbeest exhibition in Fed square. Recycled plastic, engineering creativity and a little push factor

horsepower: Horse movement - example 2: Theo Jansen mechanism

Mathematical Modeling: Theo Jansen Horse My thanks to Alistair Wilson for this work.

DIY Printer Windpower animal

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Strandbeest: Propeller-driven walking sculpture comes out of the printer ready to move. No electronics, just really astonishingly clever design.

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