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A huge chess board has 32 Lego bots!
posted February 14 2011 6:41.19 by Giorgos Lazaridis




Steve Hassenplug was inspired by Harry Potter's magic chessboard. So, he decided to make a huge chess board himself, with pieces that would move on their own, and all this with LEGO parts! Insane! 4 people worked to make this, and they used 100.000 Lego pieces. The board has an area of 14.5 square meters.






[Via: popsci]    [Link: teamhassenplug]
Tags: electronic project   mechanical   crazy designs   lego   
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