It's no secret that a lot of people, both young and old, absolutely love Lego. It's one of those toys that one never grow out of. Agree?
That's exactly what makes it a good investment for parents. Lego bricks grows with your child. It can give any-age child the time of his or her life, building things right out of their imagination. Lego inspires creativity, plain and simple--and it helps children's development.
Just look at this Lego guitar. Believe it or not, it is made out of nothing else but Lego bricks.
Italian guitarist and carpenter Nicola Pavan created this instrument. "You might be thinking that under that layer of Lego there is some type of wood that forms the support, but you are wrong. The body is made â€‹â€‹entirely of Lego and without any kind of glue between the various blocks," he wrote on his website.
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It was a prototype that allowed them to test the stability of Lego. (Does that mean he's building another one?) Lookhow they built it!
It's not a trick. The guitar is made of parts that are held together by interlocking the bricks--no glue required. And with Lego's robotics system, Pavan was able to attach the needed electronics to actually make it work.
Yes, you read that right. It's unbelievable, but it's true: This Lego guitar is fully functional. Because it's made of plastic, Pavan says the tuning becomes a little flaky after a few songs. Still have doubts? Watch.
This is not the first time that Lego was used to build something incredible. Thirteen-year-old boy Shubham Banerjee of California built a Braille printer using a Lego robotics kit for the school’s science fair. Now his Lego Braille printer paved the way for him to build his own company dedicated to his cause.
Like what the wrote on his Facebook video post, "Because with the Lego, imagination has no limits! We totally agree.