Rube Goldberg Competition

There are probably easier ways to water a plant – but two students have created this elaborate 135 step machine which does just that. Andrew Behnke and his flatmate Ian Billings made the gizmo in their living room using 7000 popsicle sticks and scrap wood found lying around their University campus. The duo created the elaborate device as part of the Rube Goldberg competition, which challenges students to create a machine that turns a simple procedure into something complex.

There are probably easier ways to water a plant - but two students have created this elaborate 135 step machine which does just that. Andrew Behnke and his flatmate Ian Billings made the gizmo in their living room using 7000 popsicle sticks and scrap wood found lying around their University campus. The duo created the elaborate device as part of the Rube Goldberg competition, which challenges students to create a machine that turns a simple procedure into something complex.

There are probably easier ways to water a plant - but two students have created this elaborate 135 step machine which does just that. Andrew Behnke and his flatmate Ian Billings made the gizmo in their living room using 7000 popsicle sticks and scrap wood found lying around their University campus. The duo created the elaborate device as part of the Rube Goldberg competition, which challenges students to create a machine that turns a simple procedure into something complex.

There are probably easier ways to water a plant - but two students have created this elaborate 135 step machine which does just that. Andrew Behnke and his flatmate Ian Billings made the gizmo in their living room using 7000 popsicle sticks and scrap wood found lying around their University campus. The duo created the elaborate device as part of the Rube Goldberg competition, which challenges students to create a machine that turns a simple procedure into something complex.

There are probably easier ways to water a plant - but two students have created this elaborate 135 step machine which does just that. Andrew Behnke and his flatmate Ian Billings made the gizmo in their living room using 7000 popsicle sticks and scrap wood found lying around their University campus. The duo created the elaborate device as part of the Rube Goldberg competition, which challenges students to create a machine that turns a simple procedure into something complex.