Spectrum of Time by Peter Erskine is a permanent rainbow sundial calendar installation. Hour and month lines painted on the walls and floor of the 40’ X 40’ X 40’ industrial museum space mark the hours, summer and winter solstices, and the spring and autumn equinoxes with astronomical accuracy. A 30’ X 30’ cross of solar spectrum light powered by the rotation and tilt of the earth tells the time and date. On cloudy days a laser pointer driven by a solar tracking program fills in for the rainbow.
I could sit here and watch this cuteness overload for hours! I need a vacuum robot and like 6 kittens. K. Thanks.
I can’t decide which I love more: the one that’s totally nonchalant about getting pushed a foot across the floor or the two that roll off and don’t care. Business as usual, I guess. XD
the robot is like, ok little kitten, you- go here. NO black and white spotted kitten you can’t get on. And you two- this is your stop, time to get off. These two kittens are coming with me
this makes me so happy
reblogged again for those^
god i love cats.