Copyright or censorship? Or both? Jon Queally writes at Common Dreams: UPDATE (1:02 PM EST): Statement sent by Greenpeace to its member regarding the banned video: It looks like LEGO and its corporate…
Man, what is the “real” (Captain) America like?
Kirstin Butler writes on i09: A student in product design at the University of Dundee in Scotland, Robson created the toy with his own memories as inspiration. He said: When I was…
Would you have guessed Lego, the Danish phenomenon that has intrigued generations of kids and adults alike? Maybe, but can Lego hold that Number 1 spot now that its patent has expired? Report from Fast Company:
If you grew up thinking Lego was the bomb, better than any other toy in your collection, turns out you’re not alone: A new broad-ranging survey of over 3,000 folks has revealed it’s the most popular toy ever manufactured, even more so than Barbie, Game Boys and a dozen other pretenders.
Firebox.com, an online toy and…
A great find from the Wrap:
From the famous green digital falling numbers to Keanu Reeves’ bending over backwards to dodge bullets, “Trinity Help” is a frame-accurate stop-frame animation of the famous bullet-dodge scene from 1999’s “The Matrix” — entirely in Lego.
If you’re wondering how they did it, check out the website. If you’re wondering WHY they did it, you’re on your own.
Also at the website, you can explore the behind-the-scenes machinations that went on during 440 hours of creating the Lego scene, and watch it side by side with the original scene from the movie.
Enjoy the video: