Case Study Video

Making of Video


The Project

Tipping isn't practiced in Singapore, so how else to show appreciation for good service? We built a Rube Goldberg inspired machine that works on a Facebook Like. Each Like gets you a $1 coin, which you can see drop in real-time into a massive tip jar. Each Like also gets you a vote for your favorite service establishment. The place with the most votes wins the tip.

Singapore's Biggest Tip Jar was built to promote the second season of Can You Serve, a reality TV series designed to raise customer service standards in Singapore.

My first introduction to Arduino and its endless capabilities, I was a part of the team who created the award winning Singapore Digital Tip Jar. Post-Project contribution includes maintaining the 'Rube Goldberg' machine during exhibition. I also shot, produced and edit the making off and case study videos for this project.