Marble Machine

Discussion in 'THREAD ARCHIVES' started by Cpt Toellner, Mar 2, 2016.

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  2. When I saw that, I imagined some kind of steampunk jukebox.
     
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  3. I love ridiculously complex machines who's only purpose is entertainment.

    The question is though; is he actually playing it by pressing/turning/using it or is it following a guide akin to the old music boxes? The thump-y bass seems added afterwards too?
     
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  4. Check out his channel and you can see how he built it, might answer some questions. I still think it's crazy that this guy literally finished the project last Monday.
     
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  5. This is pretty fucking amazing.
     
  6. The machine seems to drop marbles onto the strings of a bass guitar (see at 1:03). He's touching the strings to keep them from holding the note forever or to modify the note.
     
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  7. Got his videos added to watch later. Thanks @Grothnor , the sound just sounded a little too.. Off to me. The bass guitar does make a whole lot more sense.

    Looks like this video is gaining some popularity, and notiriety. Seen it on a few feeds and different sites so far today.
     
  8. Nice... Complex AF.
    Cool enough to subscribe to.
     
  9. Jeez...you are everywhere lmfao...
     
  10. FUCKING ENGINEERS!

    THIS IS AMAZING.
     
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  11. Fun fact; Wintergatan is the swedish name for Milky Way.

    IT means The Winter Road.

    Also, I was completely goddamn mezmerized by the entire video.
     
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  12. Shhh....
     
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