Lego Rubik’s Cube Robot World’s Fastest


A recent video of the “Worlds Fastest Lego Robot” devouring randomized Rubik’s Cube puzzles, in a fraction of the time it would take most humans to complete the devilish contraptions, has captured the imaginations of large numbers of Japanese:

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  • man1 commented on February 23, 2010 16:12

    Crap, accidentally logged out. ↑ [url=]Mine[/url]. ^_^... More

  • Anonymous commented on February 23, 2010 16:09

    Yes, for some. it is seldom surprising that robotics - in this case, with the combination of Lego bricks - could solve a Rubik's cube. For the hardware part, Lego bricks are made in such a... More

Lego Battleship Yamato


A Lego otaku indulged his twin passions gigantic battleships and plastic bricks, and six years later this is the result: the WWII super-battleship Yamato, rendered in Lego.

It is in total 6.6m long, a metre in girth at its widest, and weighs 150kg. 200,000 Lego parts went into its construction.

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  • Anonymous commented on January 16, 2011 16:00

    Ummmm... Germany had been defeated by the time we bombed Japan.... More

  • Anonymous commented on June 13, 2010 02:35 this guy built a FLOATING minifig scale copy of CVN-75 Harry S Truman. incidentally hilarious: the Yamato crew are Star WARS Imperial officers while the CVN-75 Crew are Rebel Pilots and Crew.... More


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