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published by Kenneth Snelson
On this website Kenneth Snelson presents his tensegrity sculptures.  The site contains an image gallery, related computer images, and a section discussing the relationship between weaving--including weaving in three dimensions--and tensegrity.  Also included are links to articles and essays on his work.
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Motion, Forces, and Energy
- Statics of Rigid Bodies
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photo credit: Ed Lee; larger image This resource was a Physics To Go feature from May 16, 2008 until June 1, 2008. View the feature here!

Access Rights: Free access
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Keywords: engineer, sculpture, structure, tensegrity, weaving
Record Creator: Metadata instance created May 7, 2008 by Ann Deml
Record Updated: Mar 03, 2010 by Lyle Barbato
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