If you are not in MeconoMorph, where are you?


Transformation finished!
The Rook assembly is in the window!

Things are becoming more and more clear. Nothing should be left to assumption. If you present an actual object and also photographs of it, the connection must be clearly defined by you. Nobody is responsible to figure that out.
The reception at Uforge went really well otherwise. The idea of the participation in the MMORPH project is getting some serious support.



Something that you can build on vacation in no time, having no tools and no materials.
Supply list:
1. A coaster.
2. A cork.
3. A pair of scissors.
4. A knife.

No matter how simple it looks, it’s a full-fledged sphericon made from four halve-cones, even though the cones are hardly visible.

And as for any sphericon, its center of gravity stays on the same level all the time, so it needs just a slightly slanted surface to roll.


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Meconozaurus at UFG - street view
Meconozaurus at UFG - profile view

The recent azure structure of the MMORPH didn’t withstand the extreme hit of the last few days. Being exposed to a direct sunlight, some of the junctions gave way causing the whole installation to lean. I had to perform an emergency transformation and came up with a Meconozaurus – a somewhat lower and much more stable shape. I am sure it will stand till the end of the WORD PLAY exhibit.