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Fully functional Super-8 film projector made with Lego
posted May 16 2011 19:31.15 by Giorgos Lazaridis




Yes, its those Lego bricks again! This time, Friedemann Wachsmuth built a fully functional Super 8 movie projector using Lego Technic. The only non-Lego parts are the lens, the reel spindles and the lamp.

The projector uses just two engines and is fully featured with automatic feeding, 24 fps, fast rewind and 120m reel capabilities. A decent LED flashlight makes it pretty amazingly bright.

[Via: ohgizmo]    [Link: peaceman]
Tags: crazy hack   lego   crazy designs   mechanical   games and fun   projector   creative   
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