Peter Browne and his buddy Mervyn Huggett spent around 1,000 hours making a Rube Goldberg machine that delivers food and fun. The Sunday Morning Breakfast Machine can make a slice of toast, a soft-boiled egg and a cup of tea or coffee all at once.
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.
Lovers of Rube Goldberg, music and history, have we got the thing for you – a clever 90 second chronicle of recorded music, told through spoken word and a chain reaction show made from assorted musical equipment. (Thanks Steve!)
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.
An incredible, mind-bending Rube Goldberg contraption that seemingly defies gravity, performing its trickery with what we’re guessing was a bunch of magnets and a moving camera rig.
Definitely the most complex Rube Goldberg machine we’ve ever seen. It’s got shipping containers, buses and people, including freerunner Jason Paul who pulled off lots of scary jumps.
This is 7-year old Audri. He built a Rube Goldberg machine monster trap. It’s a commendable feat, but his real accomplishment is embracing the fact that one’s life won’t always go according to plan.
2D Photography spent the past 6 months building a very elaborate Rube Goldberg machine that spans multiple rooms. It does take a handful of pictures, but it takes its sweet time before doing so.
Alex Crawford and Austin Nelson perfectly capture the spirit of the Rube Goldberg machine, creating the most ridiculously convoluted method of snapping an instant photo of themselves.