Launching in Vancouver in September 2013, “Replay” is a project dedicated to further spread the awareness of the capability of recycling and reemploying the material of expanded polystyrene (EPS). The project employs modules that have won the Upcycle Urbanism Competition in Vancouver, BC. The modules are produced from the expanded polystyrene that are recycled from the contstruction of the Port Mann Bridge in Coquitlam and Surrey, BC. The modules are multiplied to created a rolling ball sculpture with the aids of PVS pipes, bicycles chains, and a small motor. While the ball passes certain joints in thepathways, the censor will catch the movement of the ball, consequently triggering other robotic motions. Furthermore, all the funds collected from the projects’s launching will go toward Art Hope Foundation for charitable purpose.
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