Wind Art sculptures have been around for many years now and you see them everywhere in malls, parks, and even inside office buildings. Leonardo Da Vinci built and documented many indoor and outdoor kinetic sculpture works of art for the royal courts of Europe, which today would be called Kinetic sculptures.
In this article, we ask the question why not use them to generate power and "Wind Sculptures Austin" is a bold concept in combining art with functionality.
Wind Sculptures can provide Light and WIFI
These objects are often the centerpieces of a park and give the area its distinctive character. Many people call a park not by name but reference the sculpture instead. "Meet me by the..." is often heard in conversations because we use visual objects to key off when giving directions or setting up a rendezvous.
Using these living sculptures, especially kinetic wind sculptures in Austin, where the wind is always there is a simple way to here offset the costs of lighting a park or assist in providing energy to run other electrical devices. Providing WIFI, charging stations for iPhones/Smartphones users, or Tablet users are just a few examples that come to mind.
So, by combine art and technology cities like Austin can provide valuable services to their citizens by delivering cheap electricity. Kinetic Wind Sculptures actually pay for themselves over time.
In this article, we have shown you a way that art can help provide clean energy for our rapidly changing world. The recent unveiling of the new features of Smartphone makes us more dependent on energy and outside sources of communication and information.
Using wind art Austin and other cities can help provide the connectivity and the power to help fuel this revolution that Apple and other companies are creating, ushering us into a new world of interconnectivity. Kinetic Sculpture can provide the energy without adding a burden of higher energy costs.
The Venus project in Florida did a study that demonstrated that by just using the Kinetic energy developed by wind and tide we could satisfy the world's growing hunger for energy for the next 100 years.
Wind Sculptures are one way to help this become a reality, built a cleaner world for future generations, and provide aesthetic value as well that all may enjoy.
Food for thought?