What Can’t You Do with Legos

Designer Nils Völker, from Berlin, built a drawing Lego robot that tracks and records eye movement of it's visitors. Hanging from the ceiling and positioned over a pile of paper, the robot makes one dot wherever the visitor looks. It's an experimental exhibit that explores how different people see the same thing in a different way. The exhibit will be on display in Eindhoven, Netherlands until June 14th. Fabrik

Drawing Robot at the MU, Eindhoven, Netherlands from Nils Völker on Vimeo.

     Posted By: mdb777 - Wed May 27, 2009
     Category: Art | Design and Designers

Mindstorms, in turn, frequently uses LEGO Technic pieces.
Posted by kingmonkey in Athens, Ontario on 05/28/09 at 08:43 AM
I am jealous of this for 2 reasons
1: the most advanced thing I ever made out of legos was a factory that was about 2 feet by 2 feet with some moving parts.
2: It lasted about 30 minutes before my oldest son got bored with it and tore it down to make some trucks.
Posted by Matt in Florida on 05/28/09 at 09:38 AM
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