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One wonders if the generative idea came from an object the designer knew well....I have a 1960's pocket reader's magnifying glass and a current day thumb drive that work on this principal at a much smaller scale.
I like the floating steps. Reminds me of a movie I saw, where a chrome-plated alien space cruiser comes down to earth, hovering above the surface and lowering a set of separate prismatic treads . . .
For some, this sweet design might elicit visions of Charles DeatonÃ¢â‚¬â„¢s 1963 Sculptured House on Genesee Mountain in Colorado, which was featured so prominently in Woody AllenÃ¢â‚¬â„¢s 1973 hit movie Sleeper that it has since become known also as the Sleeper House.DRN wrote:Really neat concept! . . . One wonders if the generative idea came from an object the designer knew well....
Personally IÃ¢â‚¬â„¢d say that, in fairness for the steep price that is being asked, the base model Romotow at least should be offered equipped with, as viewers of AllenÃ¢â‚¬â„¢s futuristic movie will remember being so centrally highlighted in the Sleeper house, a built-in *. ( oops . . . trying a different tactic now: ) O-R-G-A-S-M-A-T-R-O-N.
Oh no . . . not THIS again . . .
But . . . but . . . I . . . only wanted . . . to . . .
You can Google all this--it's in Wikipedia, even . . .