This video from is the epitome of a Rube Goldberg invention. For four incredible minutes, a warehouse of photography gear is abused, rolled, smashed, swung, photographed, and used in ways the manufacturer never intended in order to get a single portrait shot.
Um, I hate to sound llike a cliche 80's commercial but...
"Where's the Video?!"
@Turbo Two Tone, I agree with you. Its like listening to the car radio and the speaking says, ' .... Look at this or that...' the listen is just left with the feeling, 'huh?'
I found the video, lol! If you click on the article link, you go to the article and the video. If you click on the comments, no video. Problem solved. We need to be a little more clickable, I guess, lol.
Just a thought!!!
One solution would be to actually read the article before you try posting comments
did any one catch the "nod" to Honda???
For those of you who are not that familiar with some of the more famous Rube Goldberg machines out there, Honda made a great one for a car commercial. one of the best (but I heard it took several hundred tries to get it right).
That is my favorite one. but Honda is my favorite motorcycle and car company... so I am partial.