The genesis of the Swinging Sticks
Originally started by two German engineers, the idea behind "The Swinging Sticks" was to create a perpetual motion machine. With years of dedication and countless hours, they spent time realizing the perfect never-ending motion concept. The result of their efforts manifested itself in the form of "The Swinging Sticks", which came as close as possible to the idea of a perfect perpetual motion machine. A 100% perfectly functioning perpetual motion machine is virtually impossible to achieve due to friction, but "The Swinging Sticks" came remarkably close to this vision.
By using a single set of four alkaline batteries, "The Swinging Sticks" will swing for up to two years without interruption. This means that "The Swinging Sticks" requires only a small amount of additional energy. Thus, the two German engineers have created an illusion of perfect perpetual motion that seems almost magical.
Once a working prototype of the Swinging Sticks was developed, the engineers began shipping small samples from their workshop in Germany. Over the years, "The Swinging Sticks" became increasingly popular and are now distributed worldwide.
About The Swinging Sticks™
"The Swinging Sticks" is an exclusive product protected by patents, copyrights and trademark protection. This high quality decorative table sculpture embodies a harmonious blend of simplicity and elegance. Specifically, it is a double pendulum sculpture that uses kinetic energy to create an illusion of perpetual motion. What exactly does this mean? It means that this sculpture can swing and rotate for up to two years without the need to change batteries!
You may also be familiar with the Swinging Sticks from the movie Iron Man 2, where they appear in the scene between Pepper Potts and Tony Stark. But not only in movies, "The Swinging Sticks™" are also displayed in galleries, stores, hotels, offices and many other places around the world.
With an aesthetic appeal that combines timeless beauty and innovative technology, "The Swinging Sticks™" is a work of art that is not only visually appealing, but also tells a fascinating story of movement.