Proud teacher Heather Cook says: “Wanted to share a little Rube Goldberg love with you from a 1st grader at my school. After watching your video for This Too Shall Pass, he was inspired to make his own Rube Goldberg machine and this little video with an OK GO soundtrack.” Thanks to Audri for his Rube Goldberg Monster Trap!
As if simply DOING the Chevy Sonic “Bungee” stunt (while streaming it LIVE to the Internet!) wasn’t reward enough (case study video), the team here at Syyn Labs has the honor of having a spot with video of the stunt air during this year’s Super Bowl!
Watch for it during the second quarter!
Congrats to all of the Syyners and friends who helped make this possible – especially Davis Galligan, David Mesloh, Matt Samsel, Dan Busby, Hector Alvarez, Mike Russek, Will Reeve, Gilles d’Amecourt, Kenny Abney, Chris Stockton, and Sam Leventer.
And check out the use of the OK Go Rube Goldberg Machine video in another Chevy Superbowl spot!
Thanks Chevy and OK Go!! We love you, too!
FROM CNN: (See article here…)
“Everyone knows the host of CNN’s The Next List, Dr. Sanjay Gupta, is a multi-talented individual. He’s a neurosurgeon, a television show host, an author and scuba diver. But now you can pencil in ‘fire eater.’ Yes, you read it correctly, fire eater.
Out in L.A. filming a profile on the highly creative artist collective Syyn Labs Dr. Gupta had the opportunity of sampling a fiery feast presented to him by Eric Gradman, a lead engineer. Hardly a stranger to extreme challenges Dr. Gupta took to fire eating like an pro, extinguishing the flames in a single gulp.
Stay tuned to CNN’s The Next List, airing Sundays at 2 P.M. E.T. on CNN, to see more with Dr. Sanjay Gupta. And coming soon we’ll have an extraordinary show on the eclectic bunch who make up Syyn Labs.”
Question: What do you get when you combine a whole lot of chocolate and brilliant engineering skills? Answer: A Choco-tabulator. That’s the visually scrumptious new monster machine that WONKA just rolled out in Times Square. It’s 16 feet wide, 8 feet tall, and constructed with 16,000 pieces of chocolate. And wait for it…it creates 3D golden tickets. And ready? If you buy a Wonka bar that contains a Golden Ticket, you’ll get paid $100,000 to eat Wonka chocolate for a day. Can you say mmmm-mmmm?