If you are looking to build something that is constructed using high quality parts but once built does absolutely nothing of use at all. You are sure to be interested in this new creation by InnoTechnix called the Useless Machine In A Can.
The Useless Machine In A Can contains 45 pieces that you assemble without soldering to create a fun mechanism. Watch the video below to learn more about this interesting yet completely useless device, that is already blasted past its Kickstarter pledge goal of $9,000 with still 26 days left of its campaign to run.
Its creators explain a little more about the fun idea :
“I’m proud to present my recent creation: the Useless Machine in a Can. I worked hard to make it durable, easy to use and assemble. I need your help to start production so it can be made available to the entire world.
The useless machine is now 62 years old! Yes, our Useless Can uses the same principle, but in a much more modern way. We have developed a circuit board that includes all the logic of the mechanism, so you don’t need a soldering iron to assemble the parts.
The first useless machine have been invented by MIT professor Marvin Minsky, while a graduate student at Bell Labs in 1952. If we reach our goal, it will be my honor to send him a Useless Can for free! “
For more information on the new Useless Machine In A Can jump over to the Kickstarter website for details via the link below.
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