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The Grove at Farmers Market fountain in action using the Omni-Wrist III.
The fountain at night.
Mark Fuller, President of WET Design and Mark Rosheim studying rapid-prototyped Oarsman components.
Case Study: WET Design Fountain Installation
In the start of 2000 WET Design, Los Angeles, California contacted
Ross-Hime Designs, having learned of the Omni-Wrist III. WET Design
negotiated a patent license with Ross-Hime Designs CEO David Jasper in
March of 2000.
During the development process, Ross-Hime Designs was there
offering consulting services helping WET to create the new product.
Mark Rosheim supplied his expertise on location at WET during the
initial development phase.
In Spring 2002 WET Design built eight new generation Oarsman based on Mark Rosheim's patented Omni-Wrist III. This
successful installation at the Grove at Farmers Market is viewed by
tens of thousands of visitors annually. This prototype represents a
new family of fountain displays means of achieving sophisticated water
element motion for WET Design.
"Among the many clever advantages of the Rosheim device is its scalability and the
way it permits the power drivers to be stationary, while achieving
such a comprehensive range of motions. It is truly an imaginative
CEO of WET Design