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I Think I Can Spend All-Day Watching This LEGO Person Mowing The Lawn

JK Brickworks, AKA Jason Allemann, is an avid LEGO enthusiast who have the penchant for creating intricate kinetic sculptures out of LEGO. His latest work, the LEGO Lawnmower Man Kinetic Sculpture, is based off fellow LEGO enthusiast/YouTuber Josh David’s lawnmower kinetic sculpture, entitled LEGO Lawn Mower. Like Josh’s variant, Jason’s version uses a combination of LEGO Technic and non-LEGO Technic parts and in the usual JK Brickworks fashion, Jason makes a great LEGO kinetic sculpture greater by refining what Josh has done by throwing in his very own figure from his Sisyphus model into the mix – in addition to several other tweaks. Continue reading I Think I Can Spend All-Day Watching This LEGO Person Mowing The Lawn

LEGO Computer Keyboard

LEGO is a bit like smartphones. what it can do (or in this case, build) is limited to one’s imagination and LEGO aficionado Jason Allemann just went out to prove this point; he has created a working LEGO computer keyboard, well, albeit having a rather ancient PS/2 connector membrane keyboard as the base, but it is fantastically awesome in our books, nonetheless. the innards is obviously inherited from the generic keyboard, while the rest was made up of clever mix of LEGO and Technic parts. in order to align the keys precisely over the membrane, Allemann uses a grid of Technic connectors and axles which allows precise alignment of the keys “floating” above the corresponding membrane. the “bounce” or the returning of the keys is achieved naturally by the virtue of the ‘rubbery’ property of the membrane. Continue reading LEGO Computer Keyboard