The Lego Rainbow - A tiny soccer ball and a machine with 1,150 moving parts.

It’s called the “Rainbow Wave GBC,” and it was created by Berthil van Beek over the course of about 100 hours.

The Rainbow Wave GBC has 1,150 moving parts. The pieces that make up its rolling rainbow wave sport 38 hues from Lego’s official color palette. “GBC” stands for “Great Ball Contraption,” and it signifies that the device meets a Lego standard to interoperate with any other GBC machine. That specification includes the balls themselves: They have to be tiny soccer balls or basketballs.

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+2 1. Natan_el_Tigre commented 7 years ago

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+1 2. Judge-Jake commented 7 years ago

Once are you kidding !
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+1 3. thundersnow commented 7 years ago

Very relaxing to watch! :)
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+1 4. Geekster (admin) commented 7 years ago

Sorry about the repost guys.... I was away for a few days and did not have time to take care of Snotr. I had to go back to my hometown because my mom had an accident and she is in hospital... surgery and pretty bad stuff :(
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+1 5. ComentAtor commented 7 years ago

Sorry to hear that geekster, hope she gets well soon.