Mexican Viking took some Lego Mindstorms, standard Lego pieces and two empty ketchup bottles to create this pancake-making robot.
Hmm. Maybe we should let the robot overlords take over a few things. Like solving our Rubik's Cubes using nothing but Lego. I'm cool with this, especially if they do it as fast as this robot, and with trance music.
This is "Ogre," an autonomous, projectile-launching, LEGO block-destroying remote control tank. Ogre could honestly be the first LEGO creation I wouldn't want to meet in a dark alley. No minifig is safe this afternoon.
Technically this is called the JohnNXT 5, though even Steve Guttenberg's minority friend won't be fooled that this isn't the real Johnny Five. LEGO fan Daniele Benedettelli built this entire thing out of LEGO Mindstorm NXT parts, which if our calculations are correct, means this probably costs as much as an actual…
Ok, so maybe that self parking Lexus we showed you guys was a bit too expensive. Thankfully some crazy LEGO addict has created a cheeper alternative using the Lego Mindstorms NXT kit and an ultrasonic sensor to create the same effect.