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#techtuesday: The LEGO roomba, the house printer, the Amazon robot and other stories

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The LEGO Roomba sweeps your LEGO up for you

The Brick Wall has created an automatic vacuum cleaner to tidy up all of those stray LEGO pieces with swift ease. The hackers have called the robot the “LEGO Roomba.” The Brick Wall built the machine using various LEGO pieces and combining them with 7 motors in total. The only additional materials used are flaps from an old bicycle tube to create the rotating sweeper mechanism and a blinking red light. This is not the first motorised LEGO hack the collective

 

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