The movements of the Time Machine are determined by the force of falling water. It’s structure in wood and iron and it’s dimensions 2.5x3x1.5 metres. In the water containment tank, a submerged pump recycles the water up and a balance, with a continuous movement, causes it to fall down, generating the driving power which then puts into movement various circular, teethed wooden cogs.
Playing…with time. The Time Machine 2’s structure is in wood and iron and it’s dimensions are 3x3x2 metres. It’s a sophisticated mechanism in which a big wheel causes the water to fall, with elements that function for the collecting and emptying of the water tank, where a submerged pump actions the return of the water back up again.