It's more than 2.5 miles long, made of 100,000 bricks and rails and takes four hours to travel. It's made of Lego. It's the world's longest Lego Railway. Built on 10-11 May by 80 enthusiasts in Denmark, the railway took six hours to construct. Lego devotee Henrik Ludvigsen was behind the idea. Lego said he got the idea "after noticing the large number of rails he had in his...
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The three minute, 29 second video was produced by 26-year-old Lego enthusiast who runs the online community for 'everything Lego' called Bricktease.
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Apparently bringing a fake plastic Lego gun the size of a quarter, yes, a quarter, on the school bus is a big fat no no and grounds for suspension...
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Eighty Danish Lego devotees got together on May 10 and 11 to help one Henrik Ludvigsen with his plan to build the world's longest plastic toy train track. ..
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If the whole of human knowledge were to be wiped out tomorrow, how would you recreate the consumer electronics industry so you can jam out to some rockin' tunes? Why you'd build these unique 3D-printed headphones. Except for some twists of wire, these cans consist of thin pieces of printed plastic and the speakers are actually plastic with a coil of copper wire embedded, by...
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I used to design LEGO computer games, including LEGO Loco, back when I ran a computer games company. And I’ve always had a love for the little plastic bricks since … well for as long as I can remember. And now I love flying, planes and space rockets. This post celebrates my two obsessions. LEGO Space Shuttle
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Hear the words 3D-printed headphones, and you'd be forgiven for imagining a 3D-printed plastic case, with all the actual audio and electronic cleverness pilfered from a set of ordinary cans. Not so J. C. Karich's Low-Fi Hi-Tech headphones, in which many of the functioning parts such as the ear speakers themselves were printed. Those that weren't were at least made from...
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We've seen some impressive creations that use LEGO pieces to make music in the past, from a drum machine sequencer to a Star Wars-themed barrel organ. More recently though, Italian music producer Giuseppe Acito decided to take the inevitable next step and build a fully working band using the little plastic bricks. The "Toa Mata Band" is made up of several tiny robotic LEGO...
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There are already a few case options that will turn your iPhone into a platform for your Lego creations. But we much prefer this simpler and more elegant solution: a tiny adapter that plugs into your iPhone's Lightning port, making it compatible with your mountains of plastic bricks. So you can either use your Lego for building a handy stand, a dock, or other practical...
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If you think Lego bricks, little plastic rectangles with interlocking nodes, are just for kids, then you haven’t been paying attention.
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