Some of the parts used in this build include three Lego Spike Prime Hubs which serve as the brain and controller of the machine, two larger motors, eight medium-sized motors, three-color sensors, and a force sensor. But don’t bother asking Sacek for more details in the YouTube comments because they have no intention of making or sharing building instructions given how complex the machine is.

If you don’t think you’ve got the Lego chops to build your own, just sit back and watch this relaxing timelapse of the robot doing its thing.