When’s the last time you’ve truly been inspired? Well, get ready to be blown away by an interesting new form of art. Sisyphus is a kinetic sculpture that creates mesmerizing patterns in the sand, fusing technology and art for museum-quality pieces in your home.
Motion control art is any art that uses machinery connected to computers so that you are marrying computer programming with the movement of real-world objects. It reminds people of Zen gardens, the raked gardens in Kyoto, Japan. There is something about that which affects people. It is captivating, and it is easy to stare at. It is just a calming presence in your environment.
Michah Roth began working with Founder of Sisyphus, Bruce Shapiro, who had a take on his three-meter museum installations, turned them into an in-home coffee table. Once they had some solid prototypes set up, we launched their first Kickstarter and sold 1500 tables in 28 days, and Sisyphus Industries was born.
Bruce has been asked, “what is your target audience,” and it honestly comes down to anyone with a table. Sisyphus wants to increase the community of people who are moved enough by it and will spend their energy and creativity to make new tracks to share with others.
Learn more about this meditative beauty by heading to sisyphus-industries.com today.