Placing this Lego Millennium Falcon ornament on your tree will certainly guarantee that you'll have the coolest tannenbaum in town. Oh, and if your Wookie knocks it down, you can quickly rebuild it. Why do you think they called him Chewie?
Why yes, that is a LEGO Millennium Falcon perched inside a diorama of Docking Bay 327, the scene of Obi-Wan and Darth Vader's battle. It was created by German builder David Wagner and measures an impressive 90cm x 100cm. The project required roughly 10,500 bricks, four months, and £860 to complete.
Have you made something awesome with Lego Mindstorms NXT? A sweet walking robot, perhaps? Wouldn't it be cool if you could control it from work? Or to have it Tweet when something happens? Well, the future is now!
Jesus wasn't born so you could throw tacky popcorn garlands and chintzy glitter balls all over the tree. Christmas is about bravery, tiny plastic parts, and being able to follow instructions. So, Lego mastermind PowerPig is back with DIY ornaments.
This street 3D painting was created at the Sarasota Chalk Festival last week: a Lego minifig terracota army, inspired by the Terra Cotta Warriors and Horses commissioned for the burial of Qin Shi Huang, the first Emperor of China.
Granted, it may not actually shoot anything, but this 4.8kg, 160cm replica of Halo's SRS 99 Anti-Matériel sniper rifle is the perfect accessory for your Master Chief costume. Wait, whaddya mean it's already November?!? Check out Obvious Winner for more images.
He created one of the first Rubik's Cube solving Lego bots, and even used Mindstorms to tackle Sudoku puzzles. And while Hans Andersson's latest Lego marvel — a digital clock called the Time Twister — may be a little mundane, it's certainly no less impressive.
Want to make this Lego DeLorean BTTF set a reality? Lego is finally crowdsourcing designs with its new Cuusoo platform; it's basically a Lego Kickstarter. Here are our favorite Lego dreams—let's help bring 'em to life.
Lego is a toy as old as time. The iPhone is a toy that every kid wants. If you combine them together, you have 'Life of George'. It's a Lego game with companion iPhone app that every man, woman and child would want to play.
This video of the blazingly fast CubeSolver II setting a new world record for solving a Rubik's Cube is all the more impressive given it's built with LEGO Mindstorms and powered by a Samsung Galaxy S II.
I really really really liked the Lego Volkswagen T1 Camper Van, but after watching this cute timelapse of its construction, I couldn't resist it anymore and bought it. You can buy one too, for £80, if you're similarly entranced. [Lego]
Caltech engineers built an ingenious Petri dish from Lego blocks that uses a cell phone image sensor and a smartphone light to send pictures of what's happening inside the dish directly to scientists' laptops.