The Rube Goldberg Machine contest showcased intricate cereal-pouring machines from high school students across the state. The competition took place Fri, March 9 at Waukesha County Technical College.
These Waunakee High School students helped create a "Breakfast Club" themed machine, and yes it did pour cereal to the tune of "Don't You Forget About Me."
An up-close look at the "Breakfast Club" machine that won the competition.
The team even customized cereal boxes with "Breakfast Club" characters.
The theme for this one was 'Ancient Civilizations.'
Cap'n Crunch was a fitting choice of cereal for this nautical machine.
Resetting the mouse traps.
This machine was all about "Star Wars."
This group used Dr. Seuss' birthday on March 2 as inspiration for their machine.
Kimberly High School, last year's champs, won third in the competition this year.
The Kimberly team used a computer software to develop their Rube Goldberg idea.
Costumes were a popular trend at the contest.
This group's theme was 'Murder Mystery.'
Teams puts the finishing touches on their machine before judging.
This machine was created by students from Waupaca High School.
This group portrayed the whole cereal-making process from the farm to the store.