This is a Rubik’s Cube solver, known as the CubeStormer II, made entirely out of Lego, and powered by a smartphone.
Lego has been around for a long time, and as a result, there have been many opportunities for clever minds to find ways to make remarkable things using nothing more than little plastic blocks that hurt when you step on them in the middle of the night. I once made a car out of Lego. It was pretty crap, but it’s the best I’ve ever managed. I suppose there were a few things out of Lego Techniks, but that was just following all the directions to the letter, and still largely getting it wrong. Hit the jump to see more of this thing in action.
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Title pretty much says it all.
How do you move a bunch of plastic balls from one place to another? Build a 17-module LEGO Great Ball Contraption, of course! Hit the jump for the mesmerizing video.
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What happens when an architect rediscovers his childhood passion for Legos? Some of the world’s most iconic skyscrapers (and other structures) are built to scale with the magical interlocking blocks.
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It’s official: the good people at Lego have the coolest business cards. Like we needed to be reminded that Lego is awesome.
If you haven’t been watching Breaking Bad, what’s the matter with you? You’ve still got time. The second part of the fifth and final season starts this July. If you have been watching it, enjoy this gallery of some nerd’s creation of the laundromat meth lab in GLORIOUS LEGO!
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I grew up with the video game revolution, and the personal computer revolution. I’m not one of those cantankerous old farts who yells at the sun (much) and shuns new gizmos as a pox on our society. There are moments that give me pause. I’m not saying that modern distractions for kids are [...]
And yet, a part of me is having trouble getting over the idea of a storm trooper marrying a rebel pilot.
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Building large things out of Lego and making yourself a god among men? Automatic Atomic Toasters Seal of Approval™. Granted, it’s the Legoland theme part, and not a personal construction, but kudos for just jumping in the water like a boss.