Watch: The Passover Story as You've Never Seen It

Technion students dazzle with a mechanical engineering feat, retelling Israel's redemption from Egypt in an amazing contraption.

Arutz Sheva Staff,

Pesach matzah (illustration)
Pesach matzah (illustration)
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Students at the Technion in Haifa were not content with just retelling the Pesach (Passover) story at the seder - the intrepid crew put together a dazzling "Rube Goldberg Machine" of convoluted contraptions bringing the holiday of redemption to life.

The students hail from Technion's Faculties of Mechanical Engineering and Architecture and Town Planning.

Technion students have in the past found unique ways to celebrate the Jewish holidays, like when they had a robot light Hanukkah candles.