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Apple engineer builds programmable drawing machine out of Legos

04
Jan
2014

Apple software engineer Andrew Carol is a true Lego enthusiast, devoting himself to building ever-more complicated contraptions using plastic bricks and posting them online for the world to see. Fast Co Design takes a look at the latest, an elaborate drawing machine made out of Legos that scribbles at the turn of a crank. Carol says he got the idea from watching the movie Hugo, which prominently features an automaton. While Carols machine works slowly, it can be programmed to draw images using a complicated chain of plastic blocks, according to Fast Co Design.

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