A new solution to a pressing problem: what to do with all those worthless
CDs from our friends at AOL, Microsoft et. al. We all regret the shift
from Recyclable floppy disks to otherwise-useless CDROMs. Useless until
now.. This 1999 model is a real 3-d tree, which uses a lot more
CDs, and also is a lot harder to design and build than the original
||Under the hood; we designed this construction using a nifty toy called coiinstruction to play with various possibilities.|
|a peek back at 1997|
|Another CDRom enhanced Christmas Tree||
If you're into purely creative destruction, try Microwaves.
A table centerpiece, also using CoinStruction, with instructions
A CD glitter ball
Thanks to Richard Greenberg for providing vast numbers of CDs from his
slush pile, as well as Dan and Joy Gaylord for more modest contributions,
and to Irene for finding CoinStruction, and to Steve Rotblatt for much
of the inspiration for the final design.