Original Time Machine blueprints from 1959 by William Ferrari. Use
them for your own model!
They were first published by David Hutchison in Special Effects Photo
Guidebook vol 2 (1980) and then later in Starlog for the Glassar/Chaides
story. The current owner of these blueprints is Bob Burns.
little mystery: does the original 1960 Time Machine
have square or rectangular quadrangles?
The real Time Machine
chair by Chris Perrotta
life-size Time Machine lever
from California, USA <--Updated!
USA <--A really NICE model!
Troy Enlow from Seattle in Washington,
Granite City Mechanician
Bruce Holroyd from
Simon Johnson from UK
Keesie from the Netherlands <--New!
USA <--IMPORTANT! Read this carefully!
Chris Perrotta from California,
Time Machine-like devices --
one from the past, one for the future
-- instead of destroyed Time Machines
Art Gallery -- collages and original
artwork with time machines
Offsite are more nice Time Machine models made by:
Haney from Georgia, USA
Hanson from New Zealand
Niosi from USA
Rigg from Washington, USA
own paper model (445 kb jpg-file) Japanese style!
(Thanks to John Rigg who found it on the site www.tamasoft.co.jp/pepakura!)
are also more nice Time Machine-like devices made by:
van Vark from
Machine model-makers work not in wood, metal and wire,
but within computer programs -- to generate exquisitely rendered pictures
of the machine.
Five Computer-Designers that have "taken on" The Time Machine:
Emerson from Scotland
Simon Meacock from UK
Rich Warsinger from California,
Offsite are more nice
virtual Time Machine models made by:
Loader from Australia
Westerweller from Germany
Buy your own George Pal style Time Machine models offsite:
Miniatures (scale 1:12)
(scale 1:10) N.B.: Not Available any longer, it closed up in March
Models (scale 1:6)
update: May 2, 2019
Master of Arts
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