A Lego Star Wars: The Force Awakens video game probably won't come out until 2016, but the (unofficial) trailer just arrived way ahead of schedule.
Legos have used programmable robotics in their Mindstorms sets for years, but one enterprising builder built and coded this printer from scratch using Legos, a felt-tip pen, and old-fashioned ingenuity.
A German technical high school's robotics club created this auto factory out of LEGOs® to produce LEGO® cars in a miniaturized assembly line. Not only an amazing class project, but also the next step in Smart Car-style shrinkage.
Japanese artist/designer Yoshi Akai has engineered a sequencer that uses Legos to manipulate sound! The Lego Sequencer MRII is a 3-channel, 8-step sequencer that creates beats that wouldn't be out of place on a Crystal Castles record.
Like peanut butter and jelly, legos and lightsabers just go together. So it's no surprise that this stop-motion lego lightsaber fight is the coolest thing you'll see all day.
A man built a Lego house that's cold, leaking, and not-so-functional. He bathes in a lego shower and uses legos to scrub himself "clean." All for the sake of making history? Sure, that's not weird at all!