‘LEGO anesthesia machine’ by eric harshbarger
san francisco-based builder eric harshbarger has built a three-dimensional LEGO replica of an anaesthesia machine for GE healthcare.
constructed from over 30, 000 pieces, the full-scale model includes all the buttons, screens and exterior structural components of the original.
although the moving parts, such as the drawer, do not function, the modular unit is structurally stable with an interior struts added for support.
the sculpture was showcased at the annual meeting of the american society of anesthesiologists.
buiding of the wheels
internal struts built from LEGO add support
the drawers look the same as on the original, but do not function
the structure was built from large modular components that stacked on top of each other
built until the table top
colorful knobs added
detail of the panel
detai of the display monitor