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'Liquid Marble', A Carved Table That Appears To Flow Like The Ocean As You Move Around It

This is a video of Liquid Marble, a table created by French designer Mathieu Lehanneur. Using 3D software developed for the film industry, Mathieu created a surface that appears to move like the ocean as a viewer's perspective changes. The table consists of a single block of marble that was machined to replicate the 3D model, then hand polished to a shine. The result is pretty impressive.
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