"Cheborgie #2" Kinetic Art Rolling Ball Machine Musical Sculpture
"Cheborgie #2" (80x36x37) by sculptor Bruce Gray is a kinetic art musical sculpture inspired by the contraptions of Rube Goldberg and the game Mousetrap. It has a steel ball that starts at the top, and by gravity follows a rollercoaster track, does a loop, switches directions, goes through three chimes, around a spiral, and through a spring tunnel. This unique sculpture is currently available at $6000. You can commission a ball machine that plays part of a song or corporate jingle! Two of Bruce's rolling ball sculptures are in the permanent collection at The Rolling Ball Museum in Seoul, Korea.  See this kinetic sculpture in motion with sound on the Quick Time video clip!  Watch this video on YouTube here!  See this sculpture on the hit TV show CSI: Crime Scene Investigation here.  (Weight: 62 Pounds.)

"Cheborgie #2" (80x36x37) by sculptor Bruce Gray is a kinetic art musical rolling ball sculpture. Bruce was inspired by the contraptions of Rube Goldberg, the game Mousetrap, and the kinetic sculptures of Jean Tinguely. This version has a steel ball that starts at the top, and by gravity follows a rollercoaster track, does a loop, switches directions, goes through three chimes, around a spiral, and through a spring tunnel. This unique sculpture is currently available at $6000. You can commission a ball machine that plays part of a song or corporate jingle! Two of Bruce's rolling ball sculptures are in the permanent collection at The Rolling Ball Museum in Seoul, Korea. See this sculpture on the hit TV show CSI: Crime Scene Investigation here. (Weight: 62 Pounds.)

Watch this video on YouTube here!
See this kinetic sculpture in motion with sound on the Quick Time video clip!

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