Wednesday, March 27, 2013

Mechanical art/bank uses a wind-up motor to flip pennies into the air

Check out this fun mechanical bank (or kinetic sculpture depending on your point of view) by Gina Kamentsky. I suppose it could also be used as an automatic coin-flipper, but it may throw the coins a bit too consistently for that. Like many of her "Mechanical Confections", this one uses a small wind-up motor to power the action. This is an older piece made back in 2003 as part of a series of mechanical penny banks she created.

Here is where you can see more kinetic art by Gina Kamentsky.

[ Thanks Christoph! ]



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1 Comments:

Anonymous John Stormes said...

Nice device, I like the use of recycled parts, like the typrwriter key.

The the link to Gina Kamentsky's website should be ginakamentsky.com


March 27, 2013 at 4:12 PM  

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