22.10.15 by Staff

Bicycle Casts Elephant Shadow

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Another bike-based projection project, this time by Swiss coder and graphic designer, Michael Flückiger. Made using “a speedometer, a projector, a car battery, an iPad mini and OpenFrameworks,” Flückiger’s bicycle casts a projection made to look like the shadow of an elephant walking and/or galloping (depending on how fast he peddles).

Wait… Do elephants gallop? Is “stampeding” inaccurate if there’s only one?

Watch the video and feel free to weigh in on the whole “galloping” thing in the comments below!

Michael Flückiger’s Website

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  • This is fantastic! Has a very nice retro-futuristic feel to it. Perfect way to spend the dark months of the year as well.

  • leticia perez

    Amazing. My 7 year old daughter is riveted as well.

    • Sioux

      Very cool. Loved it.

      • My Uncle Micah got a new blue Land Rover Range Rover Evoque by work part time using a lap-top…more tips here on my` prof!Ie`

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