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The Wind Tunnel Footbridge

 - Mar 23, 2007   Updated: Apr 14 2011
References: walrus
This innovative Wind Tunnel Footbridge designed by Michael Jantzen is not just an ordinary bridge. It is a piece of high quality modern art with a capability to produce natural energy.

Implications - The Wind Tunnel Footbridge is as tough as nails because it is made out steel and aluminum. This bad boy loves wind because when it blows, the "five wind turbine wheels turn at different speeds around that people who are walking through to reach the other side."

This sort of innovative bridge could easy turn a dull park into a must-see tourist attraction. Additionally, the Wind Tunnel Footbridge will produce electrical energy similar to the way a windmill produces energy.