A Mesmerizing Magnet Marble Run Set to Classical Music


YouTube user DoodleChaos perfectly synchronized a magnetized Rube Goldberg-style marble run with Tchaikovsky's classical masterpiece, "Waltz of the Flowers."

"I've taken the piece "Waltz of the Flowers" by Tchaikovsky, and synchronized it to a chain reaction marble run by hand. After listening to parts of this song hundreds of times to match things up I went a bit crazy.".

[Via tastefullyoffensive]

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