Sunday, May 27, 2012


These Perpetual Motion Machines are of motorized versions that were built to illustrate how they were supposed to work in the minds of  Inventors.

Never mind what educational level we are at, we all miss something that goes beyond the usual scientific explanations.
Fundamental Science, Physics Laws and boring Laws of Thermodynamics bring the ‘flight’ of Inventors' ideas to land. Growing Technology … We live in an age of consumption. But many
of us are still dreaming and believe that the era of creativity has not gone.
My PMM models are built for them. I'd like to inspire these people by demonstrating
Unworkable Perpetual Motion Machines that were designed  centuries ago. 


  1. Can u please give some drawings with dimensions for these machines? I am doing a school project on perpetual motion machines and need links to dimensions to create a 3d model

  2. It's hard to believe but I never use drawings for my models.
    Most of them based on wheel's rotation. Just draw a wheel and
    attach necessary parts to it

  3. I'm a Brazilian admirer of your channel. I believe that a vertical lift of load can only work with the power generated by the gravitational force and this project is already ready, waiting for construction of a prototype. I have posted the links of your videos to the physics department of the best public university in my country ( called "UFRGS" in Brazil) and they refused to attend and answered that there is no specialist in veproject1, only a layman and amateur. They challenged veproject1: why does not he publish the results on and prove he speaks the truth? What will be your answer?

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  5. Are they really all motorized or a few of them are actually continuous motion?

  6. Why not build one that may actually work. I don't mean run forever. I mean run until the parts wear out or break down. I can give you the plans to 3 such machines that I believe may actually work. Very simple mechanical devices that when you see the plans you immediately know they each May Actually Work. But I'm no good at building things.

    1. Sure I can build them if they are really interesting. No matter they work or not.