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I love how he and his wife’s expertise complement each other well.
@John Arken And a life long partnership; very wholesome :)
God is great!
@justdrop Grow up Nancy!
@Joe Eckley His comment didn't call for a racist response.
That's the best part of it
This is the kind of modern art that needs more recognition in the world. So much talent
@roy k Kinetic motion + Math + Art = Kmart
@TAO TOLOGY math+art=marth
This is more than (just) 'art'.
Oh, how I'd love one of those!
When science and art meet, it can be truly wonderful.
Bonsai making is also science+art. Science tells you about cause and effect. Along with that we decide to give particular looks to the tree, thats arts.
Everything is a combination of science and arts if you look closely. Even in motor winding, calculation of coils and motor dimensions is science. Fitting the coils neatly and securely is the art part.
It's called Architecture
, very nice beautiful
love that he uses wood as the main material. adds a kind of inviting softness that metal wouldn't have
@333o- I'm with you...
That actually made me wanna see some metal ones, bc inviting softness isn't always my thing. But I can see how that could turn into something that might cut your finger off
I feel the same way about pianos. If you play a harpsichord which has wooden encasing and even wooden keys, it's a wonderful feeling.
@Jake the Rattlesnake - What _ABOUT_ them??
I love the wood, too. Metal would be cool if you had one outside though.
this guy is earning money doing something he truly love, and he’s doing it with his significant other, for DECADES??? he’s blessed for sure
That's pretty much how you win at life
Add motors cool fans
@Dee Hines it's like buying a car, this is a very expensive car. I did the math and on average, it's 8 time more. That's a Honda Civic vs a Porsche 911 Turbo
I don't even know what to say, what an amazing craft. Probably the only piece of art I've ever seen that I know is out of my price range but would definitely purchase one of these if I could.
I respect this man. He's like a classical old-school watchmaker.
Very nice beautiful how are you and black and white thank you
I am speechless. So amazing not just for the beauty but the level of thought taken to create such masterpieces.
If I'm not mistaken I saw this on TV (pre-internet) years ago, and I never forgot it. What a great, and unique hobby, and art form.
i hope he's teaching others his skills this needs to be continued for the future
I Think same trick where used in average endgame in future travel
There are many people doing similar things. And the basic principal is just physics. As long as people understand physics and there are people who want to do thing sort of things, there's no need to teach it.
I just love this ,if I had the money I would buy several of them
im not much of an art person but totaly agree with this, hope this is passed on cause it realy is amazing.
Для нормального будущего - нужно использовать проект "Венера" Жака Фреско. Иначе всему человечеству придёт пиздец. И никому это будет не нужно.А эти скульптуры - просто хитроумное украшение.
This is pretty awesome. Props on the physics degree too. He clearly studied dynamical systems and chaos.
These are the kind of people who deserve the adjective 'cool'. What a fascinating hobby and beautiful art. He seems laid back but is constantly motivated. Great story.
I remember seeing one of this guys works in a hotel years ago, glad hes seeing more recognition. Wonderful art!
David's works are not only amazing, but just plain wonderful
We NEED a 10 hour compilation of just these sculptures.
@eEe Floormouse At $3k to $10K each I will have to settle for the 10hr loop LOL.
The one can go for 20 hours
@Apollo dmt trips specifically
Your ideas are super - I could watch them for hours - It is like "poetry in motion" - Thanks for posting this.
Mesmerizing! 💜 I could watch any one of them, for hours, no thinking required.
Incredibly beautiful. I would love to have one.
I'm so fascinated with this that this is definetly something i'd have in my house. I'd make my entire house a maze or just some kind of mind bending house puzzle
Wow.This is amazing, he should make a KZclip channel where he films them in action in real time. I'd put it on my TV in the background all day! A 48hr video to watch when I do laundry or cook, or a relaxing video to watch in bed while I go to sleep!These could be amazing for people with anxiety or mentally disabled people who need certain stimuli to keep calm... these are more than art! They are mechanical medicine for the mind!Edit: He has a channel; David C. Roy where he has a few of his sculptures filmed. It's pretty cool. More I'm depth than this, but I still wish he would film more of them for longer! He could probably make decent money off of views if he did, but I understand that he might not be interested in doing that. I can respect that. I hope to buy one one day!
de tanto admirar e como no brasil não tem nem mesmo como comprar procurei aprender hoje eu mesmo faço as minhas esculturas inspirado no trabalho de David,
liberty jewel there are already Asians selling replicas in the comments for half the price. Go figure...
Thanks. I'm glad to know he has a channel. It would be amazing to own one of his pieces...to wind and watch whenever one wants! Lol. New goal.
I am completely mesmerised in love with these things good job Rory keep making them I wish I could afford one.
this is one of the most interesting things I have watched on this platform for some time :) Love it, especially the science tone of it
i love how he just does what he loves, doesn't try to go where the money is, doesnt follow hype etc
Absolutely mesmerising I could just sit and watch these forever love all his works amazing artist
OMG 😳. This is BEAUTIFUL!!!!!! I would love to add these in my big projects. I need to get in touch with Roy.
Amazing creative works 🙏❤️
This guy is a genius ! Counter weights implanted individually into all needed moving pieces. Wow.
I absolutely love watching the videos of his sculptures moving. If I owned one I'd never get anything done. The random, asymmetrical movement is so natural.
i love this guy he actually knows what hes talking about and so sweet very wholesome
Agh, his house isn't symmetrical when it looks like it's intended to be.
@Rismosch give an example, because she sounded completely fine.
@tututuims ieijebdo if you were a watch maker you could, in fact you'd be in a better position than he was.
You know he has tripped ball's at some point!
Nomad Sage I don’t need to. Because I too was shocked.
This is wonderful stuff, how small a solar cell could you have to make one independent of winding?
This is amazing, thank you for inspiring me - I will now design my own kinetic sculpture.
😃 I've loved this man's sculptures for years! 😺 Thanks for the vid! 😁💕
Now, THIS is what I would call modern art. Something truly unique and fascinating to look at.
I love how science took art to another level.
i love how art took science to another level.
@Anime Shaun Well now that we established you just want attention, have a good day.
@Anime Shaun well personal preference I guess. personally, I think art like sculpture, painting, music, theatre, and cinema (among others) do contribute to societies' overall wellbeing. In fact, the industrial revolution inspired a lot of new minds to create art.
@MorbidManMusic literally why bring it up? like at all?
@MorbidManMusic Generalization is the language of ignorance, and ignorance is an enemy..
What can I say. Just brilliant, what a amazing guy. This needs more recognition 👍👍
what a fantastic man and brilliant ideas; there's still hope for mankind with guys like David;
Absolutely wonderful to watch. Immediately mesmerized and love it.
These are fantastic works of art! 👌
That is art I would actually pay for to get on my wall, amazing stuff
@snekky nyx6 Not only that, but they're not accepting new orders. Anyone interested has to subscribe to a mailing list and wait to see IF/When that sculpture gets made again and then hope to have the opportunity to buy it among the others who are also interested.
Tell notice it's like $3000 :,(
@snekky nyx6 😳
@snekky nyx6 Worth it.
@snekky nyx6 ikr, he wasn't charge that much
I was really amazed by the math and engineering you designed.It is a beautiful modern novelty. Some of your sculptures can be really technologically advanced buildings.
I need this man's website information. I must have a few of these for my living room wall. I love physics. And this would be great to have as a center piece.
I like how he makes it clear these are not perpetual machines, which is impossible
I built a electric quad bike, and someone asked. Why can't you put a generator on the wheel and charge your battery. It was hard to explain that perpetual motion is impossible. Energy cannot be created or destroyed.
@『 NiqSyazz 』 actually is possible ...time crystals
@『 NiqSyazz 』 I'm impossibly amused by you making it clear that Kevin2382 makes it clear that a perpetual motion machine is impossible after the builder made it clear that it's impossible, because it is, in fact, impossible. Unless it IS possible and we just don't yet know that it is possible. But I don't know if that's possible. But even if perpetual motion IS possible, these sculptures are definitely NOT perpetual motion machines because for them to be perpetual motion machines is impossible. Have I made myself clear?
I like how you makes it it clear that that perpetual motion machine is impossible despite him making it clear that it's impossible
It was one word; beautiful. I only wish I could actually learn his thought process and calculations when finding the motion of the design.
I’d love to see him attempt a series of biomimetic sculptures like the motion of a bird’s wings or a snake’s sinusoidal gate.
Similar to the Strandbeest sculptures
Very interesting - just a pitty that one almost only sees relatively short glimses of details - why not show all the artworks in full and and keep in the viewfield for some time so one has a chance to enjoy these awsome creations...
His works is the reason I fell in love with kinetic art. :)
I really find these sculptures so beautiful 😍
Hats off to the guy... For real I can't imagine the dedication needed for this.
Absolutely stunning. Science in art 👏🏾
4:37 I wish the got the light on it to accentuate the shadows as well! Absolutely beautiful.
This was such a relaxing video. Bravo 👏🏻
I love this man for doing something that might not be making a sort of sense for others yet he makes it sensible for earning a living 👍
I bought one in the 80’s called “Jester”. In all my years, it was the only thing I owned that people wanted me to grant them in my will. A house fire got me off the hook but I really miss it.
@Shablé it's just a robot
@Adam_C not really. You'd still get the cool effect which is def the biggest allure of the style.
House fire. Sure. 😏
I love it. I want one. I want to build one. Just beautiful physics and art.
These look awesome and complicated all at same time and i love every piece.
these sculptures are amazing ✨💗
A beautiful combination of science and art.
This is amazing! So cool, keep it up!
Oh my! I want one! Its so fascinating 😻
Wood, energy, balance, movement, all producing visual beauty. There's an innate sense of perfection and bliss here.
It’s almost psychedelic
I'm 32 now, my parents bought several of these in the 90s and we even visited his studio in Connecticut. I remember playing games on his Mac as a six year old while my parents discussed making a custom piece. They have 3 of them mounted above their mantle and they're still super cool.
@Colt 45 sniff sniff...I smell cap
Amazing....very unique and fun!!
Aw lucky you! Those are just so cool!
These are so unbelievably cool! Bravo, Mr. Roy.
oh gosh! I WOWed out loud! They/re beautiful, and yes you could stare at them more than the TV or Fireplace.
This is so cool. Should someone tell him that there a million other programs which can calculate center of mass of complex shapes? lol
@Flash Media You can even do this in trusty ol' AutoCad. I mean, seriously , it's hardly a niche problem.
Since he takes such pride is solving problems, this surprised me. Beyond using other programs which, as you say, are readily availabe, he could just run the old OS as a virtual machine on whatever machine he wants.
Solid works, ansys, Catia, creo, fusion 360
I suspect so, can you name some?
I love this kind of art!How can I get one of his pieces ?
How we know this guy is an engineer at heart: one of the steps in his production is stress testing.
It would be awesome if this was far more of a how-to, as stated in the title. than just an interview with the man himself
I like how he makes it seem like its complicated but in reality it really is not u just gotta know what ur doing
This guys is a legend! And also he builds insane stuff!
My parents got one of his sculptures years ago and it’s hung on their wall and then on my sisters wall since my mother died, I love this thing!
I love the sculptures. It would be awesome if David could make youtube videos teaching his learnings. If you ever read this David, you can run the abandonware software in a virtual machine in any new computer. If you ever need help with tech i'm sure there's plenty of us willing to help you! Keep it up!
@RaymondHng whoops yeah you are correct I forgot about that. You can use qemu though to run PPC software
@kaikart Again, VirtualBox virtualizes an _Intel x86_ processor, not a PowerPC processor. The host machine (in your case the IBM Cloud PowerPC) is irreverent. The virtual machine, not the host machine, must emulate a PowerPC.
@RaymondHng you can run it with virtualbox in an IBM cloud powerpc server
He has an old version of Working Model 2D that runs on PowerPC-based Macs, not Intel-based Macs. Most virtual machine software virtualize an Intel x86 machine, not a PowerPC machine. That is why he has to find old hardware.
Put one in your living room, any guests will just sit in silence staring at them all day long xD
and stop drinking your booze;
4:20 - 4:39 Aaaaaaaaaand relaaax........
Hmm, I don’t need any guests. Just for me.
They will be hypnotized.
Can confirm, they like it
Beautiful. Wonder if this motion could be implemented on motion for engines to move freely and thereby more efficient.
I doubt it. All the low hanging fruit has been picked in engine design. Brilliant minds have been trying to perfect them for over a century.
*When the beauty of science, engineering, art and love come together.*
I love them all, even the ones with clacking sounds, I would trade my TV for a couple of these to watch instead.
I appreciate works such as kinetic sculpture because they’re probably inspiring mechanical and civil engineers to be more efficient 👍🧘♀️
Would be awesome to have him make a picture with say animals moving & other things moving with a wooden background behind them that you can also remove to show the working gears etc.You could have it displayed either way if you designed it the right way which I'll bet he could do.The one piece looked like a bird flying up & down & got me thinking of this. Funny how another person can set off an idea of your own that instantly has you thinking about another creation.That's what makes this all beautiful.
I love the fact that this video starts about arts and physics but then you learn there’s a love story behind it.
Wonderful ! Marriage of art and science and the result is fantastic ! 🤩😍
Omg so glad they filmed the chaotic piece do a full rotation. I probably would lose sleep if they didn't.
Meanwhile a chaotic person myself paid no attention to it not going fully around and enjoyed the randomness
@Klaas Bil doubt it
@John Andan Thank you, many ppl seem to agree. :)
@Aaaa Bbbb by full rotation, they mean full rotation of the largest piece. And it can perform the same rotation again but not with uniform time intervals.
how do you know it was a full rotation?when it's designed to be not the same, even twice?
He explained the mechanism so well and simple even I understood it. 😂
You been doing this for 40 years and we come to know about this today how unfortunate we are. Its awesome and most beautiful piece of physical art ever
I think if I visited your workshop I would never leave. So wonderful. 😃
Wonder, aesthetic, motion, nature, technology. THIS is art.
I wish I could afford one of these. Maybe one day. Amazing art.
PMAC that’ll get you a pretty cheap but still *cool* things
sneky snek still too much, how much for half?
Lowest one is 2.2k so you could if you want to save up and buy one.
I adore these. They are so elegant, relaxing and mesmerising.
I think those are absolutely fascinating, what I think would be really interesting is seeing if there is a way to attach something to give it a harmonic balance using either magnetics or a low electrical voltage
That is beautiful! Thanks for sharing. ♥️🤗👍
Just brilliant. Well done.... keep it up. So original!
You are both artistically and intellectually gifted and the artwork is just mesmerizing.
I have one of these sculptures. I bought it years and years ago and it still works perfectly
@Hale-End sorry it was so long ago I don’t remember. It was expensive though
I just love what you are doing, you are amazing
His talent in Physics transformed into masterpieces of arts
Finding something you love doing and turning it into your career that lasts a lifetime is such an underrated blessing
He is pushing into his 70's. I pray for this man's health the world needs more of his gift
@l o l the world needs more access to the people who make things, but thats not how we “defaulted” into our forms of connectivity.
The higher the cost of living gets the less people like him we will have.
@Electric Adventures no one said it wouldnt
The world needs more of this guy in general. Politics make us all mentally numb. Art brings us pure love and emotion.
Always wanted to learn about this art.Watched,still have no clue wtf is going on.Roy is a genius!
Every single one of these sculptures is a million times more unique than any NFT.
Nft is just money laundering