Giant Solar-Powered Fan Sculpture Cools Visitors [Video]

Giant Solar-Powered Fan Sculpture Cools Visitors [Video]
Arts & Culture

‘Ventilator’ is a 19-foot fan that uses the power of the sun to make its blades spin and the fan to oscillate.

Emma Hutchings
  • 13 august 2012

‘Ventilator’ is a giant solar-powered fan sculpture by Israeli designer Tal Tenne Czaczkes installed in Rabin’s Square, Tel Aviv until the end of August. The 19-foot public artwork helps to show the viability of solar power, while also cooling visitors down.

Giant Fan Sculpture Is Solar Powered, Actually Works [Video]

The sun powers its spinning blades and causes the fan to oscillate just like its smaller counterpart. You can watch the fan being constructed and see it in action in the video below:

Tal Tenne Czaczkes

+Electronics & Gadgets
+environmental design
+tel aviv

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