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LEGO Mindstorms Record Player

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#1 Offline Hapori Tohu

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Posted Nov 29 2012 - 04:20 PM

Long before the MP3-player, people lived in caves and listened to music on records. They say those were good times. Well, it was only a matter of time before someone tried to bring back the good times using the medium of LEGO. With a color-coded print out and a few other specialized items from LEGO Mindstorms, a LEGO fan has created <a href='http://gizmodo.com/5963416/lego-record-player-made-is-half-bricks-and-half-pure-awesome' target='offsite'>a working record player</a> with the ability to play some simple tunes (accompanied by motorized dancing minifigures). There's no comparison to the real thing, of course, but it's LEGO, so that is forgivable. You can follow the link to see a video demonstration of how it works and how it's made. Take a look!View the full article
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