Woltz, Al LTC (woltza@SHAFTER-EMH3.ARMY.MIL)
Wed, 2 Nov 1994 07:22:00 PST
Have you ever heard of "tensigrity models". In this kind of pioneering
object, all tension is taken up by ropes and all pressure by wood. The
result is a solid construction in which the beams are not directly in
contact to each other. It is difficult to explain, but it is certainly a
very peculiar sight.
Arij van Berkel
I look forward to seeing or receiving anything that gives a clearer picture
of "tensigrity models."
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