Everybody is Lego-crazy these days. Most of the best you can find on BrickShelf, an online community where Lego fanatics displays pics of their insane and inspired creations. The rest of the Web is also getting in on the Lego mojo. For example:
- A functional Lego flamethrower (video).
- A functional Lego rubber-band gatling gun (video)
- Laser-guided functional Lego "rocket" launcher (video)
- Functional Lego lie detector
- Mathematical Lego structures (Moebius strip, anyone?)
- Functional mechanical Lego logic gates
- Lego ice cube tray
- Build your own Lego Battlestar Galactica Viper
- Hyper-accurate Lego version of New York City, in pictures
- Hyper-accurate Lego Disneyland, in pictures
- Gigantic Lego Episode III battlecruiser
- Lego Google logo
- Giant, accurate, Lego aircraft carrier (it floats)
- Lego "abominations"
- Functional Lego Macintosh computer
- Microsoft Lego robots (gallery)
- Inside the Legoland model shop (gallery)
- Free Lego software (downloads)
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