If you’ve got a lot of patience and $60,000 to burn, this is the LEGO project for you. —– You should follow Mike on Twitter for more great tech insights and good conversation. Be sure to say hello! You can also keep up with Mike on his personal blog: MikeBeauchamp.me, on Facebook, or on Google+.
The Lego Calendar concept above was dreamed up and installed by a design and invention studio from London called Vitamins. The firm works with companies like Samsung, Burton, and Nokia. Learn more about the calendar here.
Well, nothing. (Here’s the video, in case you missed it.) But this comes close. And of course, this IS the Internet, so there has to be a cat around here somewhere. Meet Feline Baumgartner. —– You should follow Mike on Twitter for more great tech insights and good conversation. If Twitter isn’t your thing, fear not, [...]
An engineering student at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill named Max Sheperd built a prosthetic arm entirely made out of Legos. If his career as an engineer doesn’t work out, he could always apply for a job as Lego Master Builder (yes, that’s a real thing). But something tells he’ll do just [...]
Like most kids, I played with LEGOs all the time. Like seriously, ALL the time. I made some pretty freaking awesome robots if I do say so myself. As I got a little bit older, I started playing video games more. I remember one of my first video games was LEGO Island, and it was [...]
Augmented reality is a relatively new term for a live view (direct or indirect) of a physical, real-world environment that is altered by computer-generated graphics. For example, Lego started an augmented reality campaign in their stores in 2010. They had webcams hooked up to computers in the store and when you held up a Lego [...]