Friday, April 22, 2016

Group Rube Goldberg

Group Rube Goldberg:

1. Video of your Rube Goldberg setup

Explanation of group Rube Goldberg

2. Videos of your Rube Goldberg in action; one fail, one success.

Failed Rube Goldberg attempt.

Successful Attempt

13 comments:

  1. I really like the construction of your legos, Ben! Only your failure video is appearing on your blog though!

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  2. Yeah I see only a failure, cant wait to see the whole thing working.

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  3. I really like all of the legos, I think that you guys have the most legos out of all the groups.

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  4. Setup looks good, but the blog entry is pretty bare bones. Maybe consider adding a bit more explanation in your captions like what changes yo made to overcome the failure in the second video.

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  5. Good job on the setup. The construction of the Legos is pretty neat too.

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  6. The group setup looks good and i think the only issue during the class demo was the balloon not popping! hopefully it will work perfect for you guys during the next run! good job.

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  7. The lego track is pretty cool and so is the idea of popping a balloon at the end of your circuit. All of the electrical work seems really solid, it's just going to come down to making sure the mechanical components of the circuit do what they are supposed to. Good job!
    -Chris

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  8. Hey Ben, I think it is awesome that you used a fan in your RG. It is not a common component to add into the circuit yet it is so simple. I also enjoyed seeing someone use LEGO pieces.

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  9. I enjoyed the bit of flair that came from the style of the legos. Also with Ben's RG I liked the idea of making some noise by popping the balloon, I was happy everything worked as planned in the demos. Overall you guys had a lot of physical parts of the Rube Goldberg, well done.

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  10. Overall I liked your group set up with the legos and to finish it off with the balloon. Glad it all worked out for you in the final attempt by actually blowing up to start nicks and my setup.

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  11. I love love love the legos. It's awesome that you guys took the time to build that and make your setup look as cool as it does. Not sure why, but I think it is so funny every time I watch that marble get stuck in the net. Maybe you could have added a little more to the circuits, especially since they are fairly similar. And you mention a marble rolling down a track at the end of your explanation--where does it go? Also, why did you decide to add the balloon? Is it just for effect or did it accomplish a task within the setup? Overall, very well done :)

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