|Author||Amafirlian 22:01, 7 June 2007 (UTC)|
Simple example of a tensegrity structure. Using alternating magnetic polarity keeps the 8 spheres in between the spheres directly connected to the rods, and the connection is strong enough to take some strain.
Building Instructions[edit | edit source]
- Start out with the rods vertical and parallel to one another. Make sure the polarity of the rods alternates, so neighbouring rods attract each other.
- Insert the remaining spheres.
- Gently allow the spheres to take the strain, rotating the rods into the final position.
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