A desk sculpture that merges science & art into one solid piece.
The oloid is an intriguing and widely unknown geometric shape with amazing mathematical and aesthetic properties. It was discovered in 1929 by German sculptor, inventor and mathematician Paul Schatz.
A desktop sculpture that brings art, science, beauty and technology together in a single piece of solid metal. Perfect for thinkers, makers, visionaries, learners, teachers, children.
Its hypnotic motion and flawless-smooth texture make it a great tool for stress-relief and concentration. A unique object that unleashes creative thinking and mindfulness.
What is so special about the oloid?
- Although its shape is curved, it moves in a straight line.
- Although its shape is not round, it rolls.
- It has sharp edges, but its motion is gentle and smooth.
- Its surface area is identical to a sphere of the same radius.