Inspired by the work of kinetic sculture, this centipede like coffee table is not for the feint of heart. There's a crank a the end of the table that makes the legs move, and the entire table is constructed of 298 pieces of laser cut birch plywood. We're not sure why you'd want to creep yourself out while having coffee or a good chit chat but you never know. Imagine sticking 3-4 of these together? The coffee table centipede? Hmm....creepy. Video after the jump.
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