This is humanity’s next great invention, the Oreo Separator Machine

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We’ve posted recently about the amazing things in technology that are right around the corner. Things like how it feels like to use Google Glass, or a motion controller that will change the way we use computers.

But today I need to tell you something much more important than that. A device that can solve a massive flaw that’s been a bane to the human race since 1912. What I’m talking about is: how do we separate the creme from the cookies in an Oreo?

Thankfully, “physicist” and copywriter David Neevel has the answer that we all seek — the Oreo Separator Machine. Check out the amazing footage below:

I’m thankful for Neevel’s invention but there’s just one thing that’s bothering me. How can you not like the creme? Come on, Neevel.

[via Oreo, The Verge]

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  • marshall08

    great invention.. Sometimes the technology that has been invented is not only measure in its productivity but sometimes on how it works and being something unique.

  • marshall08

    [@AT]

  • AT

    So much work for just the two halves. So unproductive. Why not invite a neighbour’s kid over to clean off the center. The payment of “All the Oreo centers you can eat”. Done. Give the kid some milk. The acceptable child labour.

  • Ashraf

    >>How can you not like the creme? Come on, Neevel.

    Seriously. This guy ain’t invited to my house for dinner, ever.

  • Mike

    A marvelous device. But it also brings to mind the wonders of the original machine for doing this, that is so adaptable: the human being.