Laster cutting tools were developed for industrial manufacturing, but that didn't deter artist Gabriel Schama from adopting the tech and giving the age-old art of woodcutting a digital upgrade.
Not super into cartography? Add some lasers into the mix and see what happens. This video features a laser digging into some metal to create a map of Atlanta, Georgia and it's mesmerizing to watch it come into being before your eyes.
Columbia professor Douglas Irving Repetto designed this crazy looking project which allows humans to write obsessive thoughts on scraps of paper, deposit them in one of seven squirrel cages, and spin them round and round to let the machine obsess for them. Made with grape arbor, glue, rubber bands and a laser cutter,…