Bartlett School of Architecture, UCL
NEVEL is a moving labyrinth (11 X 11 m) consisting of 9 programmable walls able to rotate 360Â°. Architecture comes alive, walls become doors, spaces open and close, visitors are locked up and set free again.
via Regine at wmmna
February 1, 2006
Hmm, this is rather interesting, also a good mind-exercise (I love labyrinths and mazes).
February 2, 2006
You know, this would be a cool concept to implement using Lego Mindstorms technology (on a small scale of course!)
October 24, 2007
There is a moving labyrinth in the Ramtha’s School in Yelm.
That one should have even two moving floors!
I.F.L.Y. is a project that envisions a future where robots are integrated into our daily lives in both the real and virtual worlds.
Taking the form of an autonomous flying balloon, this pre-program...
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