When you think of kites, you probably recall those rather 2-dimensional childhood things that never really remained in flight for more than a few seconds at a time. But this kite, or rather, cube, is another story. The kite, called Three Cube Colliding, was designed by Alex Sash Reading with Ivan Morison and fabricated and engineered by Queen and Crawford. It is made from 1700 3D printed connectors, carbon fiber rods, and aerospace fabric. Check out the video for a better view. [Ponoko]

Three Cubes Colliding from Jimandtonic on Vimeo.

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