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  1. Gömböc Black

    42EUR


    GÖMBÖC LIGH
    T is the least heavy, least sensitive, least expensive Gömböc procedured so far. Its playful motion may entertain, however it can equally serve as a demonstration tool. Its special production technology is a fruit of several years of experiments. 



    The stable equilibrium (S) 
    If placed on a horizontal surface in an arbitrary position the Gömböc returns to the stable equilibrium point,  similar to 'weeble' toys. While the weebles rely on a weight in the bottom, the Gömböc consists of homogenous material, thus the shape itself accounts for self-righting.

    The unstable equilibrium (I)
    The single unstable equilibrium point of the Gömböc is on the opposite side. It is possible to balance the body in this position, however the slightest disturbance makes it fall, similar to a pencil balanced on its tip.
    The question whether Gömböc-type objects exist or not was posed by the great Russian mathematician V. I. Arnold at a conference in 1995, in a conversation with Gabor Domokos.
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  2. Gömböc Blue

    46EUR


    GÖMBÖC LIGHT is the least heavy, least sensitive, least expensive Gömböc procedured so far. Its playful motion may entertain, however it can equally serve as a demonstration tool. Its special production technology is a fruit of several years of experiments. 


    The stable equilibrium (S) 
    If placed on a horizontal surface in an arbitrary position the Gömböc returns to the stable equilibrium point,  similar to 'weeble' toys. While the weebles rely on a weight in the bottom, the Gömböc consists of homogenous material, thus the shape itself accounts for self-righting.

    The unstable equilibrium (I)
    The single unstable equilibrium point of the Gömböc is on the opposite side. It is possible to balance the body in this position, however the slightest disturbance makes it fall, similar to a pencil balanced on its tip.
    The question whether Gömböc-type objects exist or not was posed by the great Russian mathematician V. I. Arnold at a conference in 1995, in a conversation with Gabor Domokos.
    Learn More
  3. Gömböc Green

    46EUR


    GÖMBÖC LIGHT is the least heavy, least sensitive, least expensive Gömböc procedured so far. Its playful motion may entertain, however it can equally serve as a demonstration tool. Its special production technology is a fruit of several years of experiments. 


    The stable equilibrium (S) 
    If placed on a horizontal surface in an arbitrary position the Gömböc returns to the stable equilibrium point,  similar to 'weeble' toys. While the weebles rely on a weight in the bottom, the Gömböc consists of homogenous material, thus the shape itself accounts for self-righting.

    The unstable equilibrium (I)
    The single unstable equilibrium point of the Gömböc is on the opposite side. It is possible to balance the body in this position, however the slightest disturbance makes it fall, similar to a pencil balanced on its tip.
    The question whether Gömböc-type objects exist or not was posed by the great Russian mathematician V. I. Arnold at a conference in 1995, in a conversation with Gabor Domokos.
    Learn More
  4. Gömböc Red

    46EUR


    GÖMBÖC LIGHT is the least heavy, least sensitive, least expensive Gömböc procedured so far. Its playful motion may entertain, however it can equally serve as a demonstration tool. Its special production technology is a fruit of several years of experiments. 


    The stable equilibrium (S) 
    If placed on a horizontal surface in an arbitrary position the Gömböc returns to the stable equilibrium point,  similar to 'weeble' toys. While the weebles rely on a weight in the bottom, the Gömböc consists of homogenous material, thus the shape itself accounts for self-righting.

    The unstable equilibrium (I)
    The single unstable equilibrium point of the Gömböc is on the opposite side. It is possible to balance the body in this position, however the slightest disturbance makes it fall, similar to a pencil balanced on its tip.
    The question whether Gömböc-type objects exist or not was posed by the great Russian mathematician V. I. Arnold at a conference in 1995, in a conversation with Gabor Domokos.
    Learn More

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