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A nail to piss off a hammer - Useless brilliant machine
posted April 10 2011 19:41.41 by Giorgos Lazaridis




You may remember Chris Eckert, an artist from San Jose California who made the waiting machine. His next mechanical creation is a hammer that hits a nail, and when the nail is all the way in the wood, it comes out automatically for the hammer to hit it again! The project is called "rejected" for obvious reasons. From the engineering point of view, this is a brilliant machine, useless but still brilliant. From the artistic point of view, i suppose that this shows the vanity of the workers (???). I was never good at that...



[Link: chriseckert]
Tags: useless   hilarious   artistic   mechanical   
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