The Dihemispheric Chronaether Agitator

The Dihemispheric Chronaether Agitator is a kinetic, “steampunk” sculpture of a “time machine” that is powered by a real steam boiler and steam engine. It was built in collaboration with my good friends at Kinetic Steam Works. It was original displayed at the Edwardian Ball in 2008 and will be displayed again this spring as part of the the Steampunk Treehouse instillation at the Coachella music festival.

Detailed photos of the final work and a write up of it’s first showing can be found here.

You can also check out the blog entries covering the various stages of design and fabrication here: Sketch, CAD, Fabracation: 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

Update: The Dihemispheric Chronaether Agitator was recently featured in the science journal Nature.

Update: After Coachella The Dihemispheric Chroaether Agitator will be at the Maker Faire.

Update: The Dihemispheric Chroaether Agitator was featured twice in Wired’s coverage of the Maker Faire:

  1. Mad Labber Scientist Tinkers With Time
  2. Lights, Rockets, Robots Take Center Stage at Maker’s Faire

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