Current Resident of Eugene Oregon
I have a small puzzle collection of little interest to anyone else. I do enjoy creating puzzles of wood and nuts & bolts. I also enjoy trying to figure out the workings of impossible objects so that I may challenge others to do the same.
Baseball in a bottle
Another nut/bolt/washer puzzle
Impossible objects that I have constructed:
Deck of cards in a bottle
Tennis Ball in a bottle
Inflated balloon in a bottle
Water balloon in a bottle
Scissors in a bottle
Padlock in a bottle
Bolted deck of cards in a bottle
I have ideas on the workings of other impossible objects but I have yet to try them out due to lack of tool access though that will change soon, after that it will be a lack of time. I think what I like about impossible objects is the mystery about them. Information about them is hard to come by, this I'll admit got me hooked so I made a couple and that got me thinking some more and soon I'll have made a dozen or so and who knows where it will go from there.
[ October 03, 2002: Message edited by: Graham Holt ]
Impossible objects are a blend of physics, decption, and thinking beyond the norm. They can't be but they are, much like a bear driving a car, they just can't be.