Contraption Maker is a Rube Goldberg machine puzzle game created by Spotkin. The game challenges players to create crazy contraptions using strange items like hamster motors, trampolines, alligators, and more, and will allow players to build their own fun machines in a sandbox mode. Contraption Maker is currently in development by the same team that [...]
At least in this household, The Incredible Machine was a PC gaming mainstay. Even to this day, the Rube Goldberg puzzles immediately evoke a warm sense of nostalgia. Something tells me I'm far from alone in that regard, which is whyShow More Summary
The team behind the original Incredible Machine franchise is back with Contraption Maker, an all-new spiritual successor to the classic Rube Goldberg machine puzzler.
People who gamed on PCs during the ancient 90s may remember The Incredible Machine, a wonderful series in which you could construct all sorts of strange Rube Goldberg contraptions out of springs and ramps and balls. Read more...
The core gang behind the much-beloved The Incredible Machine have reunited to make a new Rube Goldberg machine 'em up, named Contraption Maker. Like TIM, you'll put trampolines, hamster-powered motors, see-saws, alligators, and other odds and ends together unlikely devices to solve puzzles in unexpected and delightfully complicated ways. Show More Summary
If anyone tells you they’re satisfied with the education situation in the United States, they’re either lying or part of the problem. Despite federal initiatives to promote STEM education, US students still lag behind many countries in math and science. Meanwhile, the US spends as much per student as any country in the world, according...
The Rube Goldberg machine is a reoccurring gimmick in advertising, but before anyone complains about having “seen it before”, take a look at 1st Ave Machine‘s approach for Panera. The circular loop marries conceptually with the daily bakery cycle. There’s beautiful design and craftsmanship throughout the varied kinetic elements. The camera cuts close on details [...]Show More Summary
Tim Fort aka Kinetic King used a variety of objects as dominoes to make this massive Rube Goldberg machine for the music video of Tuna Melt, the single from Fool’s Gold DJs A-Trak and Tommy Trash. Hat Tip Link Link 2 Price: $1.29
"Come look!" my friend, Page, said when I stopped by to chop more bamboo from her backyard for our "structure projects" at the food pantry garden. And sure enough, there they were, little bamboo shoots, popping up exactly like asparagus. Show More Summary
This is the music video for DJ A-Trak & Tommy Trash's song 'Tuna Melt', featuring an impressive 3:30 domino maze/Rube Goldberg machine, although it was clearly shot in sections. Still, I liked it. A LOT. More than I like my roommate, which is little to none and I actually daydream about ruining his life in between writing Geekologie articles. Show More Summary
At this point, you don’t put a Rube Goldberg machine in a music video unless you mean serious business. These guys do. The history of Rube Goldberg contraptions in pop culture is long and convoluted, like the machines themselves. What...Show More Summary
The gentlemen of the musical group OK Go make good music, but they make tremendous videos. They dance on treadmills, skydive in cars, and make elaborate Rube Goldberg machines all in the hopes that you'll be entertained. When it comes...Show More Summary
This elaborate Rube Goldberg machine is a nearly seven minute long showcase of more than a dozen YouTube content creators as well as YouTube Space Tokyo, a new production studio in Japan. YouTube Space Tokyo and similar studios in London and Los Angeles provide free production facilities, equipment, and resources for YouTube partners. via Tim [...]
Japan, India and Korea YouTube creators build a huge Rube Goldberg machine in YouTube Space Tokyo.
(YouTube link) Physicist David Neevel channels Rube Goldberg by building a machine to separate Oreo cookies into their basic elements: cookies and cream filling. Yes, it's a video by Oreo; how did you guess? -via Geeks Are Sexy
This is a video from OREO of physicist David Neevel demonstrating the Rube Goldberg looking machine he built to remove the creme from OREOs because he only likes the cookie part. WTF? Who doesn't like the creme? I'd buy triple-stuffed...Show More Summary
Wieden + Kennedy have created four spots that show the extreme lengths some people will go to avoid eating various parts of the cookie.
Fueled by his hatred of the filling in Oreo cookies, physicist and copywriter David Neevel invented the awesome OSM, a specialized Rube Goldberg machine that separates the cookie from the cream. Hat Tip Link
Portland-based artist, copywriter, and Rube Goldberg machine builder David Neevel lost out on some quality time with his dog, risked cold hands, and skipped some potentially good lunches all in service of building this robot that separates...Show More Summary
There truly are hundreds of cool gadgets for every household need. But if you love yummy pancakes in the morning, then this contraption could use a place in your kitchen! Watch as this UK-made Rube Goldberg machine entertains you with its culinary prowess.Continue Reading on Walyou