We built these 'knees' as a commission for an outreach exhibit for a group working on keyhole surgery for knees, to allow participants to get a feel for the different approaches needed for keyhole as opposed to open surgery. The outsize knees, complete with booted feet, use games (and an arthroscope) supplied by Sawbones and more usually used as training equipment for arthroscopic surgeons.
To tidy up some materals in a making space, this table can hold a variety of things, and they can be moved around on the turntable so you can get to any of them.
Underneath there is a reasonable sized cupboard to store spare materials.
Within about 5 minutes of installation it was being used as designed: