Cake delivered by an elaborate Rube Goldberg machine - CNET

New Zealand-born Joseph Herscher has created an absurdly complex machine for the simple purpose of serving a piece of cake. The device, which is known as a Rube Goldberg machine after the man who first came up with the concept, includes a hammer, melting butter, a falling laptop and a baby. The project took Herscher three months to complete with 90% of the time spent on trial and error Continue reading...

Cake delivered by an elaborate Rube Goldberg machine - CNET

Watch this hilarious contraption deliver a piece of cake using a hammer, a candle, a toy train and more.

Fri 13 Apr 18 from CNET

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New Zealand-born Joseph Herscher has created an absurdly complex machine for the simple purpose of serving a piece of cake. The device, which is known as a Rube Goldberg machine after the man ...

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