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LEGO Pinball Machine

Photo credit: Geoff Vlcek Photography

This may not be the first working LEGO pinball machine, but it's definitely one of the most feature-packed ones we've come across. Created by Bre Burns, this piece took between 200-300 hours to complete, and is powered by LEGO Mindstorm NXT parts, while the rubber bands were sourced from LEGO Technic, and the steel pinball was pulled from a LEGO Mindstorm kit, all without gluing, screwing, or fabrication of any kind. Continue reading for more pictures and information.

LEGO Pinball Machine
LEGO Pinball Machine
LEGO Pinball Machine
LEGO Pinball Machine
LEGO Pinball Machine

"The mosaic parts were created by overlaying a digital LEGO grid, created by a computer program that Bre's fiancee uses at work, onto images. The program was then used to place digital bricks into the images to get the right looks and part-counts. Printouts were used as blueprints," according to Brothers-Brick.










This entry was posted on 05/15 00:00am and is filed under Gadgets, Geek, LEGO, Video Games .
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