Canadian photography company 2D Photography has realized the lost dream of many people's childhoods: to build a Rube Goldberg style machine. The idea came to David Dvir, the creative force behind the project, in November 2010 and he started construction on it in January. Dvir feels that "this is a BIG project. Probably the largest thus far of [his] photography career," especially since 2D Photography has been working on the project for about six months. Read all about the project and process here and watch the experiment in action below.
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