2000 square meters (says 12,000 inside the article) of the iconic bricks. Located in the hometown of LEGO, Billund, you can spend a day exploring the museum with over 25 million bricks.
Tuesday, Oct 10th 2017 (12:00am) | Thanks: Irene
Former NASA engineer-turned YouTuber Mark Rober and two engineering buddies designed and built the world's largest functional NERF gun. It's a giant scale-up of a classic NERF pistol, ramped up with a 3,000-psi paint ball canister.
Sunday, Jun 26th 2016 (12:00am) | Thanks: Shannon
A few weeks ago, a young boy accidentally left his stuffed bear at the Royal Saskatchewan Museum in Canada after an encounter with a T-Rex exhibit left him shaken and afraid.
Now the staff is trying to hunt down the original owner, and they're having a lot of fun in the process.
They've been posting photos of the bear in various parts of the museum-to their Twitter account using the hashtag #LostBear to try to get the attention of the family.
These include images of him in the jaws of a dinosaur, looking for honey in old pots and climbing around a bird's nest.
Thursday, Jul 23rd 2015 (12:04am)
A container filled with millions of Lego pieces fell into the sea off Cornwall in 1997. But instead of remaining at the bottom of the ocean, they are still washing up on Cornish beaches today - offering an insight into the mysterious world of oceans and tides.
Tuesday, Jul 22nd 2014 (1:02am)
Pixar director and LEGO fan Angus MacLane has built a great series of LEGO sculptures that portray iconic superheroes and movie characters as lazy couch potatoes. More characters from MacLane’s collection can be viewed online at Flickr.
Saturday, Jul 12th 2014 (1:47am)
Here's a series of play sets that won't be debuting in the toy aisle anytime soon. Sculptor Mihai Mihu has built this fantastic and creepy nine-part collection of LEGO dioramas based on Dante Alighieri's Inferno.
PixelFox and Yatkuu have put together a Shaun of the Dead LEGO Winchester set, which is being considered for mass-production if enough votes support it. Check it out!
An RC vehicle enthusiast named Joe has been digging out his Saskatchewan basement for the past seven years using a fleet of scale model trucks and tractors.
For the first few years of the project, he transported the dirt using a small conveyor belt, but he decided that was too quick and efficient for his taste, so he switched to a spiral ramp and started hauling the dirt up using his RC trucks.
Although the operation has moved rather slowly - the trucks only remove 8 to 9 cubic feet of dirt per year - Joe says he's "in no hurry to finish."
"What a better place to have an all-weather playground than under your house? It's just a few steps away when I have time for it, it's a comfy place to be when it's -30C outside," he told Carscoop.
Thursday, Feb 16th 2012 (5:08am) | Thanks: Daily What
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