The cake server ­čŹ░


Brooklyn-based inventor Joseph’s Machines makes comical DIY contraptions. His latest video shows a chain-reaction machine deliver him a piece of cake. It also includes a baby poking on iPhone, a string of melting butter, and a chandelier.

The video took 3 months to make. Piece a cake!

Joseph’s gadgets are inspired by the cartoonist and inventor Rube Goldberg who built complex, interconnected machines in the early 1900s. Today, people use the expression┬áRube Goldberg machine. to describe anything convoluted, from machines to politics.

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Rube Goldberg’s Self-Operating Napkin (1931)

(h/t The Loop)



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