Newton’s Convergence

Newton’s Convergence
Newton’s Convergence
Newton’s Convergence
Newton’s Convergence
Newton’s Convergence
Newton’s Convergence
Newton’s Convergence
Newton’s Convergence
Newton’s Convergence
Newton’s Convergence
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Newton’s Convergence is a large, two-chamber ball machine made for The Franklin Institute, one of the oldest and most beloved science museums in the US located in Philidelphia, PA. The sculpture replaced the long-standing and well-loved Newton’s Dream ball machine originally installed in 1990. This state of the art machine has a sleek new design and a wide range of fun, up-to-date devices and features. The machine is housed in the Sir Issac’s Loft section of the museum, a space that celebrates and explores all things kinetic.

Dimensions:
168" L x 68" W x 78" H

Installed:
2018