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Perpetual Motion Machine: The real-life version of M.C.Escher's Waterfall

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Step 21: 7 How to make this footage of the Waterfall



Remember, we mean to cheat you spectators. If you think you are quite talented in "cheating" you can just skip this reminder~

Hide all pipes within screen! Especially, in order to make the water flow visually continuous, it is necessary to slightly lower the water level from the falling place by pump voltage tuning before shooting. You need to tune up the pump voltage to push the water at a proper time point; this operation is sophisticated and exercise is needed.


 
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thas hella dope
mostart2 years ago
bravo! Absolutely brilliant!
gmantennis2 years ago
Incredible. Keep it up!
Exelent work, awesome.
Wow GREAT illusion and build had me fooled by the first video love the instuctable!!!!
02.anand.m2 years ago
project is cool and brilliant ,

tydarby2 years ago
Absolutely brilliant!
sargentinos2 years ago
Excelente trabajo, aprovechaste la perspectiva para crear la ilusión optica..
Felicitaciones

Excellent work, drawing on the perspective to create the optical illusion ..
Congratulations
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