Papercraft heart of rotating gears

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20 Responses to “Papercraft heart of rotating gears”

  1. IamInnocent says:

    An auto-healing, pre-broken, artificial heart for the incurable romantic.

  2. SteamKev says:

    I would go crazy trying to figure that out. Therefore, I will not.

  3. Blaine says:

    Run! A Cenobyte is gonna pop out of that thing!!!

  4. minTphresh says:

    filled with win!

  5. MrsBug says:

    “Gets cranking”…. I get ya…very clever.

    And dang, this thing IS very clever. cool.

  6. entropy says:

    really amazing. awesome.

  7. ZippySpincycle says:

    Blondie’s “Heart of Gears” was such an awesome song…

  8. fenderbasher says:

    Awesome. Plain awesome.

  9. The_Epicarrion says:

    So crafty. So papery.

  10. Sekino says:

    Ooooooh!!! It’s…

    OOooohhh!! (That’s really all I can say! :D )

  11. plasmator says:

    Wow. I want a build log. That’s fantastic.

  12. Daemon says:

    Paperclockpunk?

  13. Lea Hernandez says:

    Woooooooow.
    I want to build one!

  14. Anonymous says:

    that is perfect and beautiful

  15. aerohydro says:

    Another of Haruki Nakamura’s papercraft designs is that of a white cube. Here is a Youtube video showing the cube breaking up and then reforming as the gears turn around.

    http://nz.youtube.com/watch?v=qfspDCpVDTw

  16. SuperDoop says:

    Cool papercraft, but what’s with that zombie arm that controls it? Either that person is of the undead, or they’ve got a serious Colloidal Silver problem.

  17. Ian70 says:

    i heard a phrase that sounds something like “nori mash da”, and I recognized it from hearing it on the “Unbeatable Banzuke” TV show – what does that phrase mean?

  18. BastardNamban says:

    If you’re wondering what he says in detail, I posted an English translaton in teh comments.

    It also seems that he has a book coming out here in Japan in December, I don’t know if it will have how to make these in it, as he calls these his “sakuhin”- masterworks.

  19. Jon-o says:

    #12 you probably heard ‘narimashita’ – past tense of ‘naru’, ‘to become’. It’s a very common verb.

    (disclaimer, I only know a bit of japanese…)

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