Besides building transportation tunnels, Elon Musk's Boring Company also offers quirky gadgets on the side, like this flamethrower, and now, a giant LEGO-inspired brick made from stone recovered from an excavated tunnel. Just like its plastic counterpart, these blocks are designed to be interlocking, which means if you're lucky enough to score a few of them, you may be able to actually build a structure of sorts. Unfortunately (or fortunately), there's no word yet on when these will become available for sale, nor what they'll be priced at. Continue reading for another video and more information.
"Musk himself has even claimed that, with these bricks, 'two people could build the outer walls of a small house in a day or so.' The first set of the California seismic rated bricks are set to be released in Egyptian-style kits, allowing customers to build pyramids, sphinxes, and perhaps even a temple of Horus (the guardian god)," reports Hi Consumption.