Students at the Technion-Israel Institute of Technology constructed a Rube Goldberg machine that tells the Exodus story behind the Jewish holiday of Passover.
The impressive feat by the aspiring mechanical engineers and architects includes scenes of Moses floating in the Nile, the burning bush, the splitting of the Red Sea and plagues including hail, darkness, blood and leaping origami frogs.
One particularly clever element was engineering a cellphone to send a text to Pharaoh urging him, “Let my people go!”
The reply, “no,” sent the phone vibrating down an incline to set off the next set of dominoes, leading to the plague of blood.
Check out their creation: