Sacred Geometry Decision Assistant

Hold between fingers and spin. Let the pointer chose your path, or better yet, which person to kiss...

Predetermine whether your palm means YES or NO, and let this little beauty make all your decisions for you. Flipping a coin is like, so 1908.

(note: the metals have a much more satisfying weight for spinning)

As always, please contact me if you would like a custom piece similar to this but constructed to your own personalized desires...


IN: 1.855 w x 1.703 d x 1.703 h
CM: 4.712 w x 4.326 d x 4.326 h


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@OBjuan Oh, perfect! Great suggestions! Thanks so much!!!
April 21, 2014, 9:30 pm
@SHOELACE19 Not directly from Shapeways no. So far you can only print in one material at a time. You can have different colors with the sandstone material, but it is quite fragile and would not work well for something that you want to handle, and likely drop a time or 20 when spinning. If you have steady hands, you could paint the pointer, but not the rest. Nail polishes tend to be pretty sticky and give a wide variety of colors. We could design a version where the pointer was a separate part, which we printed in a different material, and than snapped it all together, but that would certainly take more time/thinking on/money... If your interested though, hit me up at
April 21, 2014, 9:20 pm
Can the ball pointer be in a different color to differentiate itself from the rest during spinning?
April 21, 2014, 9:07 pm
@SHOELACE19 Yeah exactly. You decide what it will mean for you, and then you spin it. My original thought was towards the palm means "yes". But that is a little unfair as your palm only occupies about 100 of the possible 360 degrees. My new theory is, your thumb and finger make a plane, and pointing in front is "yes," and pointing behind is "no". Unless of course you actually know what out come you want, and are just pretending to ask fate, in which case phrase the question so it is less likely to point to your palm... ;)
April 21, 2014, 8:50 pm
@OBjuan Thanks so much for that! So you make up what each direction would mean before you spin, right?! Thanks again! Thumbs up!
April 21, 2014, 8:35 pm
@SHOELACE19 You caught me at just the right time. It's not like it is fancy and mechanized or anything. You just pinch the top and bottom point with your thumb and pointer finger, and spin with your other hand. Where the pointer will stop, nobody knows?
April 21, 2014, 8:20 pm
wish I could see how this would work.
April 21, 2014, 8:16 pm


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