Danowall shared this project on Thingvierse!
The Humble Velocipede is a playful desktop toy designed to scuttle over countertops and coffee tables. The design of this toy was inspired by Theo Jansen’s Strandbeest creatures, and combines 3D printing with some custom hardware to put the beauty of Jansen’s walking mechanism in your hands.
If you don’t own a printer you can have these parts printed for you locally through 3DHubs.com
(I can be found here: http://www.3dhubs.com/new-york/hubs/dano)
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