These 3D Printed Fibonacci Sculptures Come To Life When Spun Under A Strobe Light

John Edmark is an inventor, designer and artist who teaches design at Stanford University in California. He created these beautiful 3D-printed sculptures that come to life when the rotation speed is carefully synchronized to a strobe light, based on the zoetrope; a pre-film animation device that produces the illusion of motion. “Each petal on the sculpture is placed at a unique distance from the top-center of the form. If you follow what appears to be a single petal as it works its way out and down the sculpture, what you are actually seeing is all the petals on the sculpture in the order of their respective distances from the top-center.” Edmark explains. The result is absolutely stunning!

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