YouTuber Mark Robbins managed to create a complicated design that moves in time with one of the Russian composer's most famous pieces.
From Sprice Machines: Red Ball Adventure is a pegboard wall mounted chain reaction screen link that follows the adventures of a red ball, one ball path style. Inspired by Biisuke Ball and Magnets and Marbles. Wall mounted tricks areShow More Summary
What the hell is wrong with the men of Vanderpump Rules, a party boat invaded by braindead pirates? I feel like we’re stuck in a Rube Goldberg machine of cheating where they do something stupid, lie about it, get found out, barely assuage the tears of their wronged partners, and ... More »
At my fingertips lies the entire internet, filled with a near-infinite number of digital distractions. So why do I keep watching Steve Price's latest Rube Goldberg machine featuring the adventures of a red ball encountering countless complex contraptions all powered by nothing but gravity? More »
This is a Rube Goldberg style machine starring a red ball using a bunch of different devices to make its way across a variety of obstacles. I particularly liked all the pulley and launch systems. I do feel it's a little cheating though that each board was set up individually and edited together like it's one giant machine. Show More Summary
Post by Megan Zander. Lately couples are doing everything from making elaborate Rube Goldberg machines to filming their own movie trailers all in the name of announcing to the world the sex of the child they're expecting. But not everyone thinks the trend of celebrating whether you're having a boy or a girl is a good one. Show More Summary
Where does OK Go come up with ideas like dancing in zero gravity, performing in ultra slow motion or constructing a warehouse-sized Rube Goldberg machine for their music videos? In between live performances of “This Too Shall Pass” and...Show More Summary
We can’t resist the charm of a good Rube Goldberg machine. Kinetic artist Joseph Herscher of Joseph’s Machines created a wearable Rube Goldberg machine to remove his milk mustache: [via Laughing Squid]
Charlie Gao Security, Europe Moscow can't be happy. The technology sounds like a lethal Rube Goldberg machine: an electrical circuit generates high voltage pulses, that ignites a plasma cartridge that then triggers explosives to propel projectiles at extreme velocity. Show More Summary
Endolphin call it “a musical Rube Goldberg machine.” I call it Vorticist. In the end, we’re both right. I think. The heap of musical phrases that pile onto Large, Complex Machines Which Perform Narrow, Specific Functions ’ centrifugal groove are typographical in nature. Show More Summary
Video. After losing a bet, YouTube's jackofallspades98 spent four months building one of the most complicated Rube Goldberg machines I've ever seen. Spread across two tables, it's so dense and complex that it took 297 attempts before it worked all the way from start to finish. More »
This is a video of Youtuber jackofallspades98 demonstrating The Bet-Losing Machine, a massive Rube Goldberg machine he built as the result of losing a bet. Personally, I would have said I wasn't serious about the bet, but that's just...Show More Summary
This is a very impressive 4-minute Rube Goldberg machine made to advertise Japanese channel 24Hour Television. It's like half marbles, half other crazy contraptions (including flipping a whiteboard and continuing the machine on the other side) and half magic. Show More Summary
Using a ping pong paddle and ball, a dedicated Japanese team set in motion a truly impressive Rube Goldberg machine that demonstrated very clever engineering for approximately four minutes. One of the remarkable features of this machine is that it used a single side of a whiteboard before employing the gaining momentum of the marbles...
Video. As someone who still struggles to string a bunch of words together into cohesive sentences, I can't even begin to wrap my brain around the thought processes required to plan and execute an elaborate Rube Goldberg machine such as this. That whiteboard flip is at least worth a nomination for a Nobel Prize. More »
As relaxing, amusing and intriguing as any other: "an impressive Rube Goldberg machine with a 4-minute course. The beads move in a chain reaction divided into several more complex steps, including the one with a whiteboard that turns to release new balls positioned on the back side."
You may be a carefree and playful millennial out living your life to the fullest. But if you're looking to capture that perfect magical snapshot on the street, your smartphone camera won't do--you need a Canon. That, at least, is the upshot of a new ad from the consumer tech marketer and Grey New York....
Albert the Dog Scientist very cleverly figured out how to operate the mechanics of a simple Rube Goldberg machine that his human created for him in order to get a treat. The training started simply with the retrieval of a ball. The next...Show More Summary
Here is the world’s largest LEGO Rube Goldberg machine, consisting of more than 200 modules! Built by Beyond the Brick’s Joshua Hanlon and LEGO enthusiast Tom Atkinson. [Beyond the Brick] The post World’s Largest LEGO Rube Goldberg Machine Features 200 Modules [Video] appeared first on Geeks are Sexy Technology News.
While at the 2017 Brickworld Chicago convention, Beyond the Brick founder and host Joshua Hanlon met up with LEGO enthusiast Tom Atkinson to talk about and take a tour of the collaborative world record LEGO great ball contraption. The...Show More Summary