This is a 44-pound wheelchair built by Simon Burfield entirely out of LEGO pieces (sans the wheels). Specifically, 'six Lego Mindstorms NXTs, 12 Mindstorms motors, 12 Lego Mindstorms touch sensors...and a "whole load of Lego Technic."' The chair can allegedly accommodate an occupant up to 198-lb and zoom them around at speeds up to incredibly slow. Still, an impressive feat. Of course, if you find yourself crippled and insurance won't cover the cost of a Rascal or Hoveround I don't recommend going and building your own LEGO version. No, here's what you do: call me and I'll steal one from somebody who's just fat and lazy. Mother Teresa they call me in my neighborhood. "No they don't." THEY CALL ME NANCY BOY, OKAY?
Hit the jump for a lady in tight jeans taking the thing for a spin.
Carlyle Livingston II and Wayne Hussey (pictured, and looking dapper as hell!) built this giant LEGO Batcave playset WITH THEIR BARE HANDS. Sure it would have been more impressive if they'd only used their mouths, but I bet they were afraid of swallowing pieces. Me? I laugh ... / Continue →
This is a continuously variable transmission (CVT) made entirely out of LEGO pieces by Youtuber nico71240. Granted I have no clue what a continuously variable transmission is because I'm a stupid idiot, but I can tell it's impressive to build one out of LEGO.
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This is Link's Hylian shield made by Flickr user Bolt of Blue entirely out of LEGO pieces. You and I -- you and I could never do that. "I could." No, you couldn't. And even if you had the skills and were actually working on building one I would sneak in during the middle of... / Continue →