The Lego Movie is doing amazing business at the box office, and although Legos have been popular children’s toys forever, they’re having a huge resurgence right now because of the movie’s success. Is this only the beginning of what could be a big resurgence in popular culture? We think so, and the fact that The Simpsons are going Lego is another big sign.
As long as the Simpsons have been around, it’s funny to think they haven’t gotten the LEGO treatment until now. And once you see the finished result, it’s clear the Simpsons were always a natural to be LEGO-ed.
Okay, so we just reported that two grown men have spent a considerable amount of time building a full sized Lego car, and one of our writers found this a bit disturbing. Now here’s a different point of view…
This is a testament to the growth of Lego as a company, or the fact that women are finally comfortable with having square, lumpy figures. Suck it, Heidi Klum. Everybody can't be a supermodel.
While the price of 3D printers continues to plummet, for some the cost is still too high.To help solve this problem, Instructables author Matthew Krueger, also known as Mastermind, created a 3D printer from LEGOs he found lying around his house.Krueger’s project started as a practical exercise. During ...
Lego has confirmed it will be rolling out three new Mindstorms model kits just in time for the summer.
LEGO are near and dear to the heart of any adult who played with them as a child, but if you’re looking to build a collection for your own kids, you’ve likely noticed that the price for a single set has gone up. Way up.
Quite a lot of us never really gave up building with our beloved Lego bricks. Then again, most of probably never spent the time or effort designing a gigantic custom project.
If you're a fan of LEGO bricks, you're probably somwhat familiar with the company's high-end robotics system known as Mindstorms.
The 30th anniversary for Back to the Future is still several years away, but this year the fans have been showing the Amblin classic a lot of love.
Are you the sort of geek diva who only eats specific color M&Ms, but are way too lazy to sort them by hand?
Warner Bros recently released the first full trailer for its upcoming animated super hero comedy.
DIY Lego Hobbiton is preeeciousss.
Computational engineers at the UK's University of Southampton - along with a six-year-old boy - have built a supercomputer from 64 Raspberry Pi computers and Lego.
Like many geeks, I grew up playing with LEGO bricks. I even thought I was pretty darn good, well, for a while anyway.
We all know that geeks often design something overly complicated to perform a simple task - yet such creations inevitably end up looking so cool that we just can't help but admire them.
We obviously get all giddy around here when a geek builds something truly momentous and amazing out of ordinary Lego bricks.
LEGO has been making a lot of deals lately for super hero sets, expanding well beyond the few characters available last year, and even the dozen or so on the market in 2012.
One of my favorite things in all of geekdom is insane Lego projects that use hordes of little bricks to build real life and unexpected items.