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Alex Vermeulen's floating solar panel installation in Eindhoven is designed to lift a levitating Buddha
by Ana Lisa Alperovich
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9 August 2012
On 9 August 2012 Inhabitat.com reported:
Dutch artist Alex Vermeulen has set 88 large black polyester eggs topped with solar panels floating in a pond at Eindhoven's University of Technology. Dubbed 'SOH19 States of Nature,' the project combines physics, art, technology, spirituality, and solar and sustainable energy. Created in association with the Natuurkunst Foundation and some Applied Physics university students, the aim of this self-sustained installation is to lift a levitating Buddha sculpture using the sun's energy.
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