And it’s for real, too. Not “just” a sheet of paper, a shower curtain, or an awesome wooden table.
The Element Cube is the real-world application (for lack of a better word) of the Periodic Table.
Belfast based product designer Cillian McMinn has created a solid metal cube that contains over half of the world’s elements. Containing 62 elements in total, the Element Cube is the world’s largest alloy. The cube’s applications range from a simple executive toy for your office desk, to an efficient way for science fans to collect every element at once.
“Hold half of the world in the palm of your hand”, says Cillian McMinn, the creator of The Element Cube.
One cube. 62 elements.
Any science geek won’t be able to resist that.
Here’s the great part (as if the mere concept wasn’t good enough). You can hold half the world in the palm of your hand. For real.
The Element Cube is an ongoing Kickstarter campaign, and you can get dibs on the first ones to be rolled out (well, not literally).
The project has already been funded, but there are still slots.
The cube is available as semi-polished or polished.
And it can also take on the form of jewelry! Although that kind of changes the “cube” part.
Here’s the explainer video.
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