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Daniel de Bruin
Maker of prototypical machines, devices and tools To see more check out or my website I don't use Twitter much :)
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Daniel de Bruin Mar 9
just wondering, the outer diameter of the gear is 150mm. how many times does it break the lightspeed when its turning so fast?
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Daniel de Bruin Mar 7
Replying to @farago
Ok! Now fast forward one trillion years :D
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Daniel de Bruin Mar 7
Replying to @farago
Hi! Nice! But I think you got the reduction rate wrong. It's 10 to 1. And that a hundred times.
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Daniel de Bruin Mar 6
Thanks for the math!
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Daniel de Bruin Mar 5
Replying to @Research_Brink
it happened to be so yes! one teeth is one hour there
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Daniel de Bruin Mar 4
One hour version of my Googol now live on Youtube:
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Daniel de Bruin Mar 3
Not really :( there is always some slop in the gears. So the last gear will never move. But in a perfect theoretical world yes it moves!
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Daniel de Bruin Mar 3
It's in my studio in the Netherlands
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Daniel de Bruin Mar 2
it would take way way way longer than that
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Daniel de Bruin Mar 2
the universe will run out of time before the last one will engage, pretty sad
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Daniel de Bruin Mar 1
Indeed! I forgot to mention it here but it's totally inspired by his work. Thanks!
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Daniel de Bruin Mar 1
The biggest gear reduction in the universe. The first gear needs to turn a googol amount in order to let the last gear turn once. A number that's bigger than the atoms in the known universe. 100 gears with a 10 to 1 reduction.
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Daniel de Bruin Jan 13
Hi! Please don't believe everything you see ;) it's just a quick edit to the other piece that already got the hole milled out. 😉
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Daniel de Bruin Dec 20
what if this is the work..?
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Daniel de Bruin Sep 20
Making some small parts for a big contraption. These are the pinball bouncers. Stay tuned for the end result! You can try it out by the end of this month!
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Daniel de Bruin Jun 25
Replying to @ArmandVervaeck
Klopt, maar dat is nog steeds ijs :) gelukkig is de LEO (low earth orbit) nog niet zo dichtbevolkt. gemiddelde afstand tussen satellieten op LEO is ongeveer 400 km.
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Daniel de Bruin Jun 25
Replying to @ArmandVervaeck
Helaas, het is simpelweg ijs dat van de tank af vliegt :)
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Daniel de Bruin 8 Aug 18
Replying to @misterharder
Helaas! Zie hem net pas! kijk bijna nooit op mn twitter ;)
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Daniel de Bruin 9 Dec 17
Inspired by the Moniac (Monetary National Income Analogue Computer), built by Bill Philips in 1949, I developed the MONIAC installation for Economia festival. Its all Analogue and highly interactive ;) Check for full HD
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Daniel de Bruin 7 Apr 17
3000 - a bio metrically controlled thrillride
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