Play ValueWater can be found in the space within a transparent board where small particles create clear patterns. The board can be very easily set into a gentle pendulum motion due to the large, heavy counterweights. This rhythm effect causes designs to form. Water currents which collide into a wall create waves whose structure resembles sand on the bottom of the ocean. It can be clearly seen how the water flows around the obstacles and flows more quickly through the narrow canals. Typical flowing patterns build up in front of obstacles and in the water eddy behind them. The slow progress of this activity requires patience and encourages the observer to watch attentively. We experience time through daily rhythm, e.g. the rhythm of day and night. The rhythm of the currents is an expression of time which can be directly experienced. And it is in this way that the game taps into people's natural rhythm and moods.
- young people
- older people
- public play areas without supervision, such as playgrounds, parks or similar
Impulse Spheres, stainless steel - Order No: 10.11010
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