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Watch out! Here comes the walking table!
posted April 30 2011 20:07.24 by Giorgos Lazaridis

This is a completely crazy design, a surrealistic implementation of the table legs... And as legs offer to do, they must be able to walk! This is probably what Wouter Scheublin had in mind when designing this table!

The Walking Table is a carefully crafted piece of furniture that shows the beauty of mechanics. When pushed, the table comes to life and mimics a natural walking motion, perplexing our perception of the ordinarily static piece of furniture.

IMHO: Cool mechanical design, absolutely hilarious movement, completely useless though...

[Link: wouterscheublin]
Tags: mechanical   games and fun   crazy designs   hilarious   useless   bad idea   

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