Technorama’s Aluminum Facade Teaches About Wind Currents And Turbulence

In 2002, Technorama, a major science center in Switzerland, asked Ned Kahn to create an aluminum facade for its building, consisting of thousands of aluminum panels that move in the wind, teaching its visitors about air currents and the complex patterns of turbulence caused by them.

[Via OhGizmo]

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One Response to Technorama’s Aluminum Facade Teaches About Wind Currents And Turbulence

  1. This video taught me as much about video compression techniques used on Flash videos as it did about airflow patterns.