Playing Well with Clorox

On Wednesday, May 13th, staff from Clorox visited Play-Well Pleasanton for a unique team building event.  Their goal was to build a Rube Goldberg project using 10 different types of LEGO projects.  Here is what they came up with in less than 3 hours.

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Started simply with one small project.

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They are hard at work.

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The start of their challenge is that they needed to trigger this device.

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From the initial device, they needed to connect through 10 additional projects. No small feat.

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This car needs to be incorporated. They are trying to figure out how.

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Towers need to be built.

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Trying to figure out the best way to create an automated tank.

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Creating a pendulum swing with pneumatic tubes. Genius.

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Projects are not only functional, but stylish.

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Determining the connections is one of the toughest parts.

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This is how they decided to trigger the first mechanism.

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Of course, Clorox needed to be made out of LEGO.

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Three connections within the span of two feet.

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Almost ready.

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This monorail is triggered with a touch barrier.

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The team accomplished the mission in less than 3 hours. This is their celebratory pose.

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