The BMW Museum’s kinetic sculpture

Ready to have your gray matter softly stroked? Perhaps you should take a trip to BMW’s recently opened museum in Munich, where a kinetic sculpture comprising 714 metallic balls suspended in air will soothe your weary mind. It’s one of those things that’s better seen than described, but if you can imagine a wave of undulating orbs that appear to weightlessly float, you’ll start to get the idea. Can’t afford the flight? Check out the video — which features some serious easy listening jams — after the break and see the installation in action.

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