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December 12, 2012 at 05:01 PM

An LED Bucky Ball in Madison Square Park

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Named for Buckminster Fuller, a Bucky Ball is a model of a molecule made entirely of carbon. A fullerene, if you will. Artist Leo Villareal has installed in Madison Square Park a giant Bucky Ball installation comprised of 180 LED tubes of ever-changing color. Its quite a sight to behold.

Leo Villareal's Bucky Ball captured in all white (click to enlarge)



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