35mm version of a medium format pinhole Lego camera.This fully functional camera has all lego pieces.
This Lego grandfather clock has all Lego pieces including gears and hour symbols. This Eric Harshbarger is not only classy but actually functions.
Nathan Sawaya was hired by the LEGO company after a nationwide search for their next Master Model Builder. He built this computer case and monitor case entirely out of Legos.
This fully functional "semi-automatic pump-action Lego crossbow that took four blocks in the handle and one in the chamber" — along with 300 hours of work put in. It’s capable of firing a standard Lego brick 20 yards. One potential negative, the crossbow isn’t very accurate.
Approximately 35,000 LEGO bricks were used. This includes almost all the pieces from 32 Blue Tubs (#3033), almost 300 (!) small baseplates (8×16 studs), and 63 blue plate packs from LEGO Shop-at-Home.
A fully functional mechanical Babbage Difference Engine style calculator made from LEGO Technic. It can compute tables of answers to 3 digits by turning a hand crank.
LEGO Flamethrower works by winding a little round knob which pulls the string which pulls the lever which pushes the bottle of butane against a holder with a hole from which butane shoots out from. Does that make any sense? Anyway, it’s not rocket science. I have to manually light a match or a cigarette lighter in front of the flamethrower in order to ignite the gas.
This homemade mod of a Sandisk Micro 256 MB which was $15 after rebate at Staples and required some serious work to hallow out a lego brick.
Brad’s awesome guitar constructed entirely out of Lego pieces. This custom creation was Sold on eBay.
Created and built by Henry Lim, with the exception of the wire strings, the LEGO Harpsichord is entirely constructed out of LEGO parts–the keyboard, jacks, jack rack, jack rail, plectra, soundboard, bridge, hitch pins, tuning pins, wrestplank, nut, case, legs, lid, lid stick, and music stand are all built out of interlocking LEGO plastic bricks and related pieces.
With a 61 note range, the instruments size is 6 x 3 ft. weighing approximately 150 lbs, and built with an estimated 100,000 LEGO pieces!
Tomi has made a case for the iPod Shuffle out of Legos. Seems pretty normal, right? No. This case takes all of the goodness of the screen-less Shuffle and smashes it into a million pieces. The Shuffle is inserted into this case that resembles possibly an iPod video and then it just hangs out in there.
Gatling Vulcan Cannon Machine fires 11 rubber bands per second. Eight barrels. 64-shots capacity. Eleven rounds per second.
This fully functional Lego Macintosh took months of hard work and nearly 500 blocks to build. Since its mainly used as a web server, only the essential parts are included.
Mouse Cryo Chamber
Two pieces of that acrylic inside of a mouse create a cryo chamber for a lego mini figure. One is blocking the hole from the inside and there is another piece placed on top of it. The bottom side of the topmost piece to get nice freezing effect. This way you can remove the top part if you don’t like the effect and it almost levels the window surface with the mouse surface.
What makes this unique is that there aren’t any special parts used. No screws holding the NES in place just pure lego. And it’s snug, no movement at all, almost as though the NES designers had this mind while creating it. Notice I’ve replaced the power and reset buttons with actual lego bricks as well. And the transparent brick covering the LED light.
Working Padlock with key – Technic made by Yves.
This is a telephone made that really works. He bought a cheap phone and gutted it. He then built a LEGO casing that enclosed all the phone parts.
Functional lego pinball machine with castle theme.
Rubiks Cube Solver
This mindstorm creation was built to solve the rubiks cube puzzle.
Fully functional Lego steam engine
Tired of flushing your own toilet? Build a RoboFlush! RoboFlush is a simple Lego NXT Mindstorms Robot designed to flush a toilet automatically. It also comes with a manual flush option! Check out these instructions to build your own. Mike D’Amour came up with the idea, and Will Gorman built and documented RoboFlush.
Created by Anders, this fully-functional LEGO vending machine consists of four light sensors, four touch sensors, four motors, and two RCX’s. It even has a coin-slot with the total amount being shown on an LCD display. It even accepts three different types of coins.
It’s a knapsack shaped like a LEGO® brick! This fun blue bag with adjustable shoulder straps is just right for carrying books, lunch, and anything else you want to tote around. Each “stud” on the back is a separate zippered compartment!
Castle Chess Set includes a total of 32 chess pieces, featuring 24 minifigures. Just choose your side and you’re ready to play!
Bekky is a sofa made up of several rubberized foam pieces shaped like Lego. If you are bored with the old design, simply re-arrange the various pieces to form a new look. This interesting and fun sofa had a price tag of $466.
Stack & Play with other LaCie Brick Hard Drives, 500 GB USB Hard drive available in red, blue and white.
Ice Cube Tray
Serve the coolest drinks around with ice that looks like LEGO bricks, or build your own LEGO ice "sculpture!"
This MP3 player support max 2GB microSD card. The built-in rechargeable Li-ion battery can be fully charged in 6 hours. Connect this iPlayer to your computer’s USB port using the provided cable, you can manage files and charge the iPlayer’s battery. Convenience raised round buttons on the lego. This item comes with a headphone, USB cable, Strap, and User Manual. Very unique.
This is one cool phone. If you tend to fidget while talking on the phone, you need this one. Open the drawer on the side, pull out the Legos, and start building on the phone itself. Add more from another set and who knows what you can morph the phone into.
This phone was made by Tyco and marketed under the name "Big Blocks" phone. Featured in the movie "Boris and Natasha".
These are the only edible legos on this list and really do taste pretty good. I load up on them at the Target when they go on sale.
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