2018-03-11 (Su) HackadaySummary

Marble Chooses its Own Path
I spent too long trying to figure out of "Own" should be capitalized in the title. I knew full well that it would be posted in all caps but emails go out with upper and lower case letters so I didn't want to be wrong. The concept is simple. A robot arm places a marble psuedo-randomly on a brass track where it rolls to the end of its path and awaits the user to reactivate the machine. It was a gorgeous piece and deserved lots of recognition.

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