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burning man updates

After a week without any signal from the Burning Man crew, we just received these images from the desert of nevada. A proof that the delicate electronics of the etoy.SARCOPHAGUS braved the adverse conditions including sandstorms and tremendous heat. According to the report from a crew member, the whole tank could even be powered up by only one generator. We are glad about these good news and proud of our crew for mastering the Burning Man adventure:

Arrival of the tank in the desert, followed by a whiteout.




being the only shade around, the tank is quite popular during day time (when it's closed).



at the base camp.




carl (etoy.FRIEND and camp neighbor), agents brigitte and zai shortly after taking their first shots of laughing gas (yeah, right).



Burning man is full of nerds ("Best piece of contemporary art ever seen at burning man", "Intellectually most rigorous piece on the playa"). On the other hand, tripping Burning Men greatly enjoy the tank as well. agent.ZAI takes a break outside.



agent.VINCENT in his rocket-propelled hunting chair ($ 17.89 at WalMart, greatly recommended! If you're there, pick one up!). The "Temple of Light" may be seen in the background.
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Caterina Bernardi @ 08.09.2006 23:08 CET
Hi there,
Just wanted to let you know I spent a good amount of time learning about Mission Eternity on the Playa, and I was fascinated!
I have a great pix of me in the tank, but I cannot upload anything with the email you have provided, it does not allow attachments :*(

Thank you and keep up the great work!

Caterina :*)
etoy.SILVAN @ 09.09.2006 12:15 CET
Hi caterina
Do you have a flickr acccount? If not, i could provide you with an ftp account to upload your pictures.

best,
s
Max Dev @ 23.09.2006 22:45 CET
Great photos. Thanks, man.
Caterina Bernardi @ 04.10.2006 20:14 CET
Hi Silvan,
I do not have a Flickr account, but send me your email and I will send it to you:*)

Caterina
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