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Our first ever house wide machine project - The Lemonade Machine. This complex chain reaction travels through the kitchen, kid's room, bathroom, office, parent's room, living room, patio & backyard using everyday objects to automatically pour lemonade for the entire team of builders. Enjoy. BUILDERS Sprice Machines ► https://bit.ly/2FaA8LS Hevesh5 ► https://bit.ly/2CCy3e0 DrComplicated ► https://bit.ly/2O99Lda DoodleChaos ► https://bit.ly/2NBHDCi TheInvention11 ► https://bit.ly/2uqbmT5 5MadMovieMakers ► https://bit.ly/2QmqxH5 SmileyPeaceFun ► https://bit.ly/1JvxAGo ABOUT Sprice Machines is a chain reaction engineering and domino art design company. We design and build custom chain reaction and domino projects for advertisements, TV & film, and live events. For larger projects, we organize and lead a team of talented builders to build the design. Sprice Machines works with advertising agencies to design the perfect project to meet their client's advertising goals. LINKS Instagram ► http://www.instagram.com/spricemachines Twitter ► http://www.twitter.com/spricemachines Facebook ► http://www.facebook.com/spricemachines Website ► http://www.spricemachines.com/portfolio.html Business Inquiries ► firstname.lastname@example.org CREDITS Music ► Peyruis - Swing Logo, Intro, & Outro ► https://www.instagram.com/designsbytejas/ Materials ► https://www.amazon.com/shop/spricemachines To use this video in a commercial player or in broadcasts, please email email@example.com
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Help me make more of these! http://www.patreon.com/alanbecker The struggle between a stick figure and its creator, a computer animator. In this fourth installment, the animator is finally shown in real life interacting with his computer monitor. The stick figure, resisting his tormentor, attacks his social life by hacking his Facebook account, traveling onto his iPhone via USB cord, and drawing animations of his own to dismantle the animation interface. BEHIND THE SCENES: https://youtu.be/ptc7rGXp284 Subtitles available in 33 languages (Click the CC): العربية, 中文, čeština, Dansk, Eesti keel, ελληνικά, English, Español, Deutsch, فارسی, Français, हिन्दी, עברית, hrvatski, Bahasa Indonesia, Italiano, 日本語, 한국어, Magyar, Bahasa melayu, Nederlands, Norsk, Pilipino, Polski, Português, Русский язык, Română, slovenčina, српски (srpski), suomi, svenska, ภาษาไทย, Tiếng việt, Türk, اردو Missing your language? Contribute subtitles here: http://www.youtube.com/timedtext_video?v=VufDd-QL1c0 Funded through Kickstarter! http://kck.st/174aalw watch number 1: http://youtu.be/npTC6b5-yvM watch number 2: http://youtu.be/nxM1cnphLpw watch number 3: http://youtu.be/PCtr04cnx5A Music by Sarah Eide http://www.thesugarbirdnest.com The original source files (using Adobe Flash) are for sale on my website: http://www.alanbecker.net/donate Alan Becker's Patreon Page: http://www.patreon.com/alanbecker Alan Becker Twitter: http://twitter.com/alanthebecker Alan Becker Facebook: http://facebook.com/alanthebecker Alan Becker Website: http://alanbecker.net Alan Becker's Animation Tutorials: http://youtube.com/alanbeckertutorials Alan Becker in Minecraft: http://youtube.com/alanbeckerminecraft Alan Becker on Twitch: http://www.twitch.tv/alan_becker Make a donation: http://www.alanbecker.net/donate Alan Becker's T-shirts: http://shrsl.com/?~81ql
Here is what happen once you reach level 40, what’s your score? 😄
Robot breaks the record for Piano Tiles on the iPad.
Overhead iPhone 6+ processes video of the iPad screen at 120 fps.
iPhone tracks tile speed and sends timing info via MIDI over USB through the camera connection kit.
Teensy 3.2 receives tile data and sends step/direction to stepper drivers, which smash the tiles via conductive foam on brass bars.