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Amazing Lego Creations

After seeing an amazing video of a Lego robotic arm shared by Larry Page on Google Plus, I started this list to collect interesting lego creations. Add/vote for your fave creations here.

Source: https://plus.google.com/u/0/106189723444098348646/posts/S3uLJDsxNDo

Lego Robotic Arm

This is a model prosthetic arm made entirely of Legos. -hand movements and wrist abduction/adduction are Lego pneumatics -wrist pronation/supination, wrist flexion/extension, and elbow flexion/extension are Lego motors (Power Functions) The main purpose of this project was to accurately mimic the full range of motion of a normal human arm and hand.

CubeStormer II

CubeStormer II solves the Rubik's Cube puzzle faster than the human world record. This ARM Powered robot was designed, built and programmed by Mike Dobson and David Gilday.

BrickIt - Dynaway Sorting Plant

Visit www.brickit.dk for more projects! This project is a LEGO® Sorting plant, that sorts 2x4 and 1x2 bricks in size and color. It's build for a company called Dynaway (www.dynaway.com). They use this model to demonstrate their manufacturing execution system. The model is designed to fit inside one large flightcase, for easy transport.

Mindstorms Aircraft Factory

A "lego aircraft" factory made entirely of...you guessed it...legos!

The LEGO Turing Machine

A TV Shop themed demonstration of a Turing Machine made in LEGO Mindstorms. It was made as part of a project at computer science at Aarhus University. A blog about the project is available at http://legoofdoom.blogspot.com

LEGO GBC 20 modules

20 GBC modules built by me. 4 modules(screw,sweeper,shovel,pump) based on Philo's . The module at 5:24 based on Isogawa's. The pneumatic module at 7:00 using Linmix's image. Some other modules being inspired by GBC fan's.

LEGO Motorized Robotic Hand

Another motorized lego based hand. More at http://sariel.pl/

The LEGO Kid

Warren Seely tore apart his first tractor engine when he was six. When he was about 12, he started making farm equipment out of LEGOs. Warren's LEGO equipment works just like the real thing -- only smaller. Warren is now a student at Washington State University. Learn more by visiting www.cahnrs.wsu.edu or www.cahnrsnews.wsu.edu.

LEGO Mindstorms Sudoku Solver

This puts my Sudoku solving skills to shame :)