The 10 Coolest Rube Goldberg Devices On The Internet

They always say to take the path of least resistance, but where is the fun in that? These Rube Goldberg machines keep things interesting and make the journey as fun as the destination.

1. Cookie Separator Machine - David Neevel (2013)

This intricate contraption was developed by physicist David Neevel to aid those who (for whatever reason) dislike the cream filling in their oreos.

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2. “This Too Shall Pass” - OK Go (2010)

OK Go, known for their wacky and creative music videos, managed to choreograph an entire Rube Goldberg machine to the tune of their song “This Too Shall Pass”.

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3. Melvin The Traveling Mini Machine - HEYHEYHEY (2012)

Creative studio HEYHEYHEY had some time to spare, so they created a portable machine designed to send postcards.

4. Dog Goldberg Machine - Beneful (2013)

This awesome Rube Goldberg machine combines playful dogs and their favorite toys to inspire you to put more play in your day!

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5. Red Bull Kluge - The Athlete Machine (2012)

Red Bull created a Rube Goldberg machine that included famous extreme sports athletes as part of the overall contraption. The machine was triggered by one of these said athletes jumping out of a plane.

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6. The Page Turner - Joseph Herscher (2011)

Brooklyn-based artist Joseph Herscher created an intricate device designed to accomplish the simple task of turning the page of his newspaper.

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7. Isaac Newton vs. Rube Goldberg - 2D House (2012)

Toronto-based commercial cinematography company 2D House created a Rube Goldberg machine that makes you question which way is up.

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8. Squirrel Rube Goldberg (2010)

This squirrel, allegedly untrained, is the catalyst for an obstacle-ridden machine set up by the owners of the yard.

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9. Lego Goldberg Machine - Akiyuki (2010)

This Rube Goldberg machine fashioned entirely out of Legos was created by Lego enthusiast Akiyuki.

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10. The Cog - Honda (2003)

Honda created this Rube Goldberg machine which depicts several colliding automobile parts coming together in a masterfully executed chain reaction.

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