I’ve spent a good cube of my life piecing together several LEGO projects… though even a craziest things I’ve built pales in comparison to this. It’s a wholly functioning pinball appurtenance built wholly out of central LEGO parts, from a obstacles on a playfield, to a electronic smarts behind a curtain, to a steel round itself.
Creator Bre Burns calls her masterpiece “Benny’s Space Adventure,” theming a appurtenance around LEGO’s classical ‘lil blue space man. It’s done adult of some-more than 15,000 LEGO bricks, mixed Mindstorms NXT smarts operative in unison, steel castor balls borrowed from a Mindstorms kit, and lights and motors repurposed from a garland of other sets. Bre primarily set out to build a plan for muster during a LEGO fan discussion BrickCon in Oct of final year, and it’s only grown and grown ever since.
Bre told a LEGO-enthusiast site Brothers Brick that she’s spent somewhere between 200 and 300 hours so distant on this project. Want to know more? They’ve got a good relapse of a whole plan right over here.