LEGO Stress Test


I wanted to post this last week, but got highly distracted, which meant everyone else and his dog has linked to this blog.

But, for those that haven't seen it, here's a machine that plugs (and unplugs) LEGO bricks repeatedly until they no longer cling to each other.

It's a good first draft of a machine, but I suspect that we need a lot more tests, from a lot of different machines, until we get a true figure.


Tim Fegan built this version of the famous blue box that appeared recently on LEGO Punk. But he had enough bricks to build the whole thing.


Commodore 64

So.. here's the second best home computer from the early 1980's ;)


Raspberry Pi case

This is my Raspberry Pi case. There are many like it, but this one is mine.
My Raspberry Pi case is my best friend. It is my life. I must master it as I must master my life.

My Raspberry Pi, without me, is useless. Without my Raspberry Pi, I am useless. I must hack my Raspberry Pi true. I must code with fewer bugs than my enemy who is trying to 0wn me. I must hack him before he hacks me. I will...


I don't have enough bricks to build a LEGO TARDIS... just enough to make the front...

Here's looking forward to the start of the new series at the weekend :)

The King of Pop

From the time when he wasn't a figure of fun...

Is this the most pointless machine ever?


Nice idea. Very nice pun.

Here, as the URL suggests, is a plotter made from LEGO. It uses the image from the laptop, naturally, with a mindstorms kit under the, er, hood.

I'm just surprised he didn't try rendering the Mona Lisa.

Mindstorms Dragon

It's a dragon. In Mindstorms.

Called Valentine...

LEGO Phone case

If I link to them, will they send me a freebie??


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