Video: This is easily the best video to spend your eyeball time on today. That's partly because it's wonderfully shot and reveals the inner workings of the machines. But it's mostly because it's a bunch of robots making tiny springs. What more do you need? The robot arms dance in this beautiful synchronised symphony, deftly twisting whatever needs to be twisted to spring whatever needs springing. The wires get spun around and flicked away as another wire slides in. I honestly loved watching every second of it.
Watching Robots Make Tiny Springs Is Wonderfully Hypnotic
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