The LEGO Star Wars Boost Droid Commander kit basically teaches you how to code, and what better way to showcase the possibilities than by creating an entire orchestra? To be more specific, the team at LEGO used 95 droids, 10 violins, 8 keyboards, 4 cellos, 30 iPads, and 1 incredible inventor (Carl Merriam). Even more awesome, the orchestra was conducted using Boost apps. If forming an orchestra just isn’t your thing, the Boost app also has drag & drop coding plus authentic sound / music. or equip the droids with tools and weapons to complete missions. Product page. Read more for two videos and additional information.
In all, it took the team approximately 3,148 hours to complete this orchestra, and as you can see, it was well worth the effort. On another note, did you know that the first few LEOG Star Wars sets based on the original trilogy were released in 1999? That’s right, they coincided with the release of The Phantom Menace. Sets based on the prequel trilogy (Episodes 1 to 3) followed, starting with Episode I.
LEGO also releasedmodels based on The Clone Wars, which was released early in 2008. Sets based on Star Wars Rebels, The Force Awakens, Battlefront, Rogue One, Solo, The Last Jedi, and Star Wars Resistance have also been produced. You can rest assured that we’ll see one based on The Rise of Skywalker as the release nears.