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Aliquantulus 7 years ago
frischbrot1 7 years ago
I wonder if there exists a tutorial to build this with your shower at home and a worn out deskjet
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sealand 7 years ago
can someone explain the science behind this please
JoelVA 7 years ago
Fergus_Thedog 7 years ago
#3 - Gravity makes water fall. You can stop water falling by putting something between it and the ground. There is a device called a tap (or a fawcett for you yanks) that can do this, but it is fairly tricky to use. Program a computer to precisely control a series of taps in a line and you can make patterns. Got it?
sealand 7 years ago
ok found it on gizmodo but thanks guys
traudong 7 years ago
what does printer have anything to do here?
Noobeater 7 years ago
great, Now i need to visit the little boys room. brb
most_uniQue 7 years ago
t_girl 7 years ago
the things they do.. it´s really cool
zumzum 7 years ago
I'm impressed when I can see porn on that screen.
NucleoVega 7 years ago
wtf is a fawcett?
AverX 7 years ago
I hope he means faucet.
BombDiggady 7 years ago
that is really good!
Luffy03 7 years ago
I LOVE JAPAN!! ????????
nooitaf (admin) 7 years ago
#4 ... ROTFL !!!
SpikedSilver 7 years ago
i want titties
ladiabolique 7 years ago
lol @ #11
MsZoomy 7 years ago
wow, pretty cool, makes me thirsty!
Meh 7 years ago
Thats fucking awesome!
gregf 7 years ago
NoRemorse 7 years ago
To those of you who think the Japanese are so ingenious for doing this, know this: Jeep has had a display like this in the NAIAS (North American International Auto Show) for as long as I can remember. Hell, that may be Jeeps display.
Inetgate 7 years ago
You can see this printer at Hakata, Japan.
google map url: http://maps.google.com/maps?f=q&hl=ja&geocode=&q=%E5%8D%9A%E5%A4%9A+%E3%82%AD%E3%83%A3%E3%83%8A%E3%83%AB%E3%82%B7%E3%83%86%E3%82%A3&sll=37.0625,-95.677068&sspn=35.631106,69.697266&ie=UTF8&ll=33.589661,130.41103&spn=0.002288,0.004254&z=18
deivis 7 years ago
sleepy 7 years ago
much more fun than normal waterfalls
I wonder if it could be used for color images or maybe the water could be replaced with some glowing liquid for awesome lightning effects in the dark.
bigwayne 7 years ago
Developed at the University of Wisconsin
Thi0u 7 years ago
#22 & #26, we don't care
jody 7 years ago
lhping 6 years ago
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caseyk 6 years ago
Quite amazing! The math and technology to figure something like this out!
garbagedrew 5 years ago
I was hoping for a color print job. Don't get me wrong, this is quite fantastic, but a few colored lights would make it that much better!
regata4 5 years ago
i agree with #31. Its awsome but it'll be awsomer with colors
Emuyen 5 years ago
but nice indeed.. also without colors
Bream73 5 years ago
happy happy I want to go shopping at canal city
7 years ago
320 x 240 px
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