The team of Prof. Torben Ferber at Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT) has designed a micro model of the Belle II experiment at KEK, Japan.
The miniature brick version of the experiment is made from 75 bricks and takes less than 10min minutes to build.
The model was designed by team members Lea, Moritz and Giacomo.
They are very happy how the details of Belle II’s particle identification system, built from transparent blue-ish bricks, turned out. The iconic blue and yellow coloured octagon shape of the detector and the fact that the end-caps can be opened are included in the mini-model as well.
You can find the parts list, building instructions and contact details on Torben’s website at KIT.