An entertainment center can be so much more than just a home for fancy electronics. It should be part of the entertainment, just as art on a museum wall. That's what Reuman aims for in series, especially the RiverSeries(tm) entertainment center with RiverPanel(tm) and dyed blue inlaid resin. … Notice the blue light reflects off the tile floor, a soft romantic glow. At night this can easily act as a centerpiece sideboard for service or hors d'oeuvres. One shown is made of mahogany, copper, stone and glass, and contains sink, hidden roll-out refrigerator, roll-out liquor storage, a full stack of ventilated electronics and more. The small cherry cabinet with custom leaded glass was built for an aficionado of cherished vinyl records; both TV and turntable roll out and turn on special low-rise lazy susans. Your every custom need is taken into account during design and construction. "Custom" means you.Read more Read less
Mesmerizing Pendulum Steel Ball Swing Set
by Carl J. Sep 11th 2012
I wanted Scott to create a "Mesmerizing Steel Pendulum Swing Set" for a friend who teaches 7th grade science, as a birthday present but also as a contribution to the little science museum that he keeps for his pupils mounted on shelves and desks around the room. The 10 pendulums swings from side-to-side and mark a series of alternating patterns in the air. Some, probably most, kids will just be interested in the cool 'mesmerizing' patterns that they see. But maybe one or two of them might become interested in the physics behind the seemingly autonomous patterns that show up.