Over the years, we’ve posted a bunch of the splendidly complicated and funny Rube Goldberg machines created through inventor Joseph Herscher of Joseph’s Machines, with the latest being a hilarious Lunch Feeder. Herscher sat down with the Wired sequence Obessed to speak about how and why he makes those playful, “existence simplifying” contraptions.
Machines are normally designed to be as environment friendly as conceivable and to then cross and make a system that’s tremendous inefficient and playful. there’s one thing kind of pleasant and absurd about it. …I hate all the time seeking to get the final bit of ketchup out of a bottle, you already know when the sauce will get caught on the backside of the bottle. Annoying proper? So that motivates me like there’s were given to be a greater means. … it’s a time-consuming procedure.
Related Laughing Squid Posts
- An Elaborate Rube Goldberg Machine Smart Hat That Automatically Cleans Off a Milk Mustache
- Inventor Builds a Hilariously Complex Rube Goldberg Machine That Serves Cake
- How to Prepare a Perfect Thanksgiving Turkey With Rube Goldberg-Style Machines and a Willing Dog
The publish Joseph of Joseph’s Machines Shares How He Creates His Wonderfully Complex Rube Goldberg Contraptions seemed first on Laughing Squid.