Employees at George Fox University Create a Human Hamster Wheel Using Empty iMac Boxes

Employees at the George Fox University IT department recently created a giant human hamster wheel using 36 empty iMac boxes that were stored in the back of an engineering classroom. When the dean of the engineering school asked systems administrator Mike Campadore why he didn’t recycle them and clear up the space, he replied that he was saving them for a project. When more computers arrived in July for a new computer lab, Campadore finally had the boxes he needed to make his “iWheel.” He had estimated it would take 38 boxes to create the perfect wheel, but when he taped together the two sides, he discovered the number was 36.

Find out more about the project here.

via [Laughing Squid]

Photo by Jeremy Lloyd