Inspired by the movie Hugo, Apple engineer Andrew Carol has built an automaton of his own: his custom-built Lego machine can crank out drawings and messages based on a chain of blocks inputted by the user.
An entrepreneur and tech expert have teamed up to create a drivable car made with half a million Lego bricks. The vehicle, which runs on compressed air and had a top speed of 17 mph, hit the road in Australia this week.
Definitely a creative way to circumvent DRM restrictions on Amazon books, a professor in Vienna has built a robotic device from a LEGO Mindstorms set in order to automatically take pictures of book pages.
Travelers' Tales, LEGO, and Disney have assembled the Avengers, as well as the X-Men, Spider-man, and a wealth of other Marvel Universe super heroes for their next game, LEGO Marvel Super Heroes. Will it be another creative benchmark or…
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