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The evolution of universe animated with a Rube Goldberg Machine
posted April 21 2011 19:48.50 by Giorgos Lazaridis

Or should i say "The evolution of life animated with the world's most complicated Rube Goldberg Machine". This machine was made for an annual contest for the Rube Goldberg machines at Purdue University. It tells the story of life, starting from the big bang (woow THAT far!), then to the extinction of dinosaurs, ice age, stone age, medieval era, ww2, cold war, and then the apocalypse! All those animated with a record breaking 244 steps. And at the end......... a flower is watered :D

[Link: popularmechanics]
Tags: rc servo   mechanical   games and fun   history   crazy designs   

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