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
If you've come home drunk a few times, you already know what you're going to need when you get there. The problem is that you're too drunk to actually deal with it just then. This guys knows himself well enough to do something about it. Show More Summary
The Post reports on the latest Republican machination as the House struggles to pass a health-care bill that looks less and less like repeal of Obamacare and more like a Rube Goldberg contraption to get this issue out of the House: Rep. Fred Upton (R-Mich.) told the Associated Press that he is working on a […]
Watch as two balls, who play the role of two brothers, go to the rescue of their third brother who’s been trapped by a big and evil black ball. One of the most entertaining thing I’ve seen this week! [Via Neatorama] The post This Rube Goldberg Machine Movie is Better Than Most Action Flicks! [Video] appeared first on Geeks are Sexy Technology News.
every Rube Goldberg machine needs a storyline and song
Thrill to the adventures of Biisuke, Biita and Biigoro as they race through a Rube Goldberg contraption with truly evil villains in pursuit
Remember Biisuke Ball's Big Adventure, a Rube Goldberg machine and theme song about a red ball trying to save his yellow and green brothers who were imprisoned by bigger, scarier balls? I did not, but apparently I wrote about it years ago. Show More Summary
In 2015, we wrote about the Japanese television series, Pythagora Switch, and their creative musical story “Biisuke Ball’s Big Adventure.” Footage has surfaced featuring part 2 of the adventurous series where a little red ball named Biisuke heads out into the woods to find courage acorns for its brothers Biita and Biigoro. The musical story […]
Most Rube Goldberg machines are designed to complicate a very simple task, but a Japanese TV show called Pitagora Suitchi—which translates to Pythagoras Switch—created an endlessly complex contraption to tell the story of two colored balls who have to rescue their trapped brother. Read more...
Over the course of Donald Trump’s first 100 days in office, Our First 100 Days subscription compilation has been sharing one song every day to raise awareness for organizations at risk from his administration’s new policies. In February, Toro...Show More Summary