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The oldest technology is new again, Intel seemed to be saying at the keynote address that kicked off the Intel Developer Forum here Tuesday morning.An elaborate (and enormous) Rube Goldberg machine filled the stage, and when activated, it produced (with the help of myriad platforms, levers, and bowling balls) three clear-plastic bubbles containing the letters […]
Hamster Wheel, the guys behind 3M's viral new Brand Machine video, tell us what makes a Rube Goldberg great. If nothing else, 3M is an impressive company for the sheer breadth of products it offers. According to Wikipedia, it makes more...Show More Summary
Filmmaker Ryan Higa has created a new video where he and a large group of his friends worked together to deliver the ultimate Rube Goldberg machine trick shot dunk.” It all started with Ryan and his pals playing a little basketball and testing out a few small trick dunks. Higa decided to take it to […]
3M showcased its products in a clever way by creating a chain reaction machine. The Post-It Note cascade at the end is wonderful.
A wonderfully complex contraption built from the very items designed to make our lives simpler.
YouTube link. The best part is the eruption of the Post-It Notes at the end.
3M has built an impressive branded Rube Goldberg machine for a recent video. The machine is made up of a variety of 3M products and ends by launching a cascade of 25,000 Post-It notes. Science is at the heart of everything we do. It’s our inspiration and our medium. It’s how the hard work gets done. […]
3M spent 1,400 hours creating this sophisticated Rube Goldberg machine. The result is a wonderful maze driven by physics, chemistry and 25,000 Post-It Notes. The pendulums were both exciting and relaxing.
YouTube Link The 3M Corp built this interesting and colorful Rube Goldberg machine consisting of — among other things — 25,000 Post-its and 75 rolls of blue painter tape. Like most machines of this type, it is satisfying to watch all the components work concurrently to complete the sequence. Via Gizmodo
This machine, designed to promote 3M, reportedly uses 25,000 Post-It notes and 75 rolls of painter tape among other components. The post Rube Goldberg Machine Is Stationery (Not Stationary) appeared first on Geeks are Sexy Technology News.
3M used 25,000 post its, 75 rolls of that blue painter tape, and a whole bunch of other stuff to make this wildly complicated Rube Goldberg machine that’s actually really fun to watch. Unlike other Rube Goldberg machines, it’s not totally obvious how it’ll progress from one level to the next, like a slow burn where you’re unsure if it can keep on going or not. Read more...
Who doesn’t love a good Rube Goldberg contraption? A bowling ball rolls down a chute, landing on a bellows, inflating a balloon that pops on a hunting knife, scaring a chicken into laying an egg that weighs down a basket, and well, you get the point. Show More Summary
3M, which makes lots and lots of different kinds of random, practical objects like sandpaper and stethoscopes, has now combined a bunch of them into one highly impractical but somewhat entertaining object—a Rube Goldberg machine. The...Show More Summary
Why simply turn on a light switch when you could light a candle which burns a string, which releases a bowling ball, which lands on a bag of air, which blows over some dominoes, which knock an action figure into a pot, which onto a piece...Show More Summary
Chain reaction artists and domino builders have collaborated to create what they hope will go on record as the largest chain reaction in history. Read the rest
Two weeks ago, the National Maker Faire covered the University of D.C.'s lawn with more than two hundred booths where twenty thousand children and families created a giant, chaotic Rube Goldberg machine, printed their own programmable robots and explored every science and tech museum exhibit you can imagine. Show More Summary
Formlabs made a Rube Goldberg machine using its new Tough Resin. Compatible with the Form 1 and Form 1+ 3D printers, Tough Resin is durable, rugged and flexible, making it ideal for high-impact and high-stress use.