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A fully functional Lego Camera
posted December 30 2010 21:58.11 by Giorgos Lazaridis




Sometimes i wonder myself, if anyone has ever tried to make a space shuttle or a nuclear reactor with Lego. Youtube user bshikin made a camera with Lego. The camera is fully functional. It is controlled with NXT, and uses the old traditional films to get the photos. A servo controls the shutter, behind of which there is a tiny hole with no lenses. Watch the following video and see the results, which are fairly good for a camera made with plastic bricks.



[Link: bshikin]
Tags: lego   electronic project   diy   crazy photo/video   
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