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Jansen Mechanism


Jansen mechanism is a leg mechanism used to mirror a smooth walking motion. It was devised by a kinetic sculptor, Theo James. He has used his mechanism in a variety of kinetic sculptures which are known as Strandbeests. This GIF shows the animation of just one leg. Theo Jansen’s linkage. When the blue line at the right end of the picture is driven in a clockwise rotary motion, the leg (triangle at the bottom) executes a walking motion. You can watch Theo’s Strandbeests here.

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Jansen Mechanism


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