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Pop!Tech ’09: Kinetic Sculptures

The Pop!Tech conference wrapped up today and that's the end of our coverage. The list of speakers, with links to their work, is here. Below, as a...

The Pop!Tech conference wrapped up today and that's the end of our coverage. The list of speakers, with links to their work, is here. Below, as a digestif, is a WalrusTV interview with Reuben Margolin, who presented one of his amazing kinetic sculptures at the conference.[youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=U0D3QSJJsCoHis last line is particularly nice: "If you copy just the teeniest part of nature correctly you're going to have a beautiful work of art."

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