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Rube Goldberg Device Makes Music From Raindrops [Video]

Rube Goldberg Device Makes Music From Raindrops [Video]
Design

One artist uses raindrops and their speed to create a waterfall of sounds.

Serena Chu
  • 23 december 2013

In collaboration with Snapple and their “Re-enFactments” video series, musician j.viewz created an impressive mechanical system that turns raindrops into music. While some of the brand’s bottle cap facts might go unnoticed, Real Fact #453 – “Raindrops can fall as fast as 20 miles per hour” – became a visual display of one artist’s creativity and artistry.

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