Monthly Archives: May 2009

Quadrupedal locomotion

Okay, this is unexpected. I mean, I like old technology and all, but why would an electronics geek — even a Paleotechnologist — be reading a 127-year-old book on The Horse in Motion (with a study on quadrupedal locomotion?) For … Continue reading

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Redefining the word innovative…

Take a look at the work of Theo Jansen. This guy is a paleotech artist par excellence — creating animal-like mechs out of hollow pipes, bottles, and plastic tubing. His “strandbeests” (“beach creatures”) are fascinating; he claims to have actually … Continue reading

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