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Windows 7: Disney Researchers Create A Way To Make Geared Figures

19 Sep 2013   #1
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Disney Researchers Create A Way To Make Geared Figures

Disney Researchers Create A Way To Make Geared Figures That Look Amazingly Life-Like

For centuries the creation of geared automata has been sort of a dark art. To design a mechanical device to move like a human or animal was a trick in itself and to build the gears and rods necessary to propel the thing was even trickier. A team of Disney researchers, however, have created a system that will let puppeteers and fans of clockwork build geared robots using 3D printings and some metal rods.


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