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We couldn’t be happier that Lego master Chris McVeigh—aka Power Pig—is continuing to use his formidable skills to create brick versions of iconic cameras. Following up on his Leica M9-P he brings us this gorgeous Lego version of the Polaroid Land Camera 1000.
And going above and beyond the call of duty, McVeigh even made this Polaroid semi-functional with a small Lego photo that can be ejected from the front-loading slot. If real Polaroids were this adorable, they might still be around. [Chris McVeigh via The Brothers Brick]
You usually have to choose between passing grades and being a mischief maker in grade school. But with this brilliant Lego contraption created by NXTLOG memberhknssn13, you can be both. It automatically grabs a sheet of paper from a stack, folds it into a paper airplane, and then launches it towards your target.
Built with five servos, ten motors, sensors galore, and a pair of Lego Mindstorms NXT bricks controlling the whole assembly line, the engineering side of this project isn’t for the faint of heart. And yes, as far as airplanes go the final product doesn’t quite represent the cutting edge paper aircraft design. But they fly, and that’s more than can be said for the half-billion dollar F-22.
Unbelievable, we played way to passive.
It almost seemed as Germany was intimidated by Spain.
Germany gave it away by not playing soccer.