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Chris Hardcastle (British, born 1975), Ben Black (British, born 1985), and Jack Brown (British, born 1986), Mainframe (Manchester, UK, founded 2008); Autodesk Maya, V-Ray; Courtesy of mainframe.co.uk

This object is currently on display in room 302 as part of The Senses: Design Beyond Vision.

 

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  • We acquired this object.

2018

1505, For Approval, 2017

Computer-generated 3D objects such as eggs, balloons, and a glass of milk look familiar but they bounce, melt, move, and react in unexpected ways.

Chris Hardcastle (British, born 1975), Ben Black (British, born 1985), and Jack Brown (British, born 1986), Mainframe (Manchester, UK, founded 2008); 56 seconds; Autodesk Maya, V-Ray; Courtesy of mainframe.co.uk

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This object was previously on display as a part of the exhibition The Senses: Design Beyond Vision.

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