15 amazing Lego videos

A collection of amazing videos that people have produced with Lego: time lapse, stop motion and just plain awesome.
  • (Good Gear Guide)
  • — 30 June, 2010 10:40
...On second thought, let's not go to Camelot. It is a silly place.

...On second thought, let's not go to Camelot. It is a silly place.

Lego factory

Fascinating video about how Lego is made. No, the machines on the assembly line are not made of Lego but it’s still pretty impressive. Much of the factory is automated and about 1.7 million bricks are made per hour. That equates to 15 billion per year. Lego is churned out 24 hours a day.

Ramones: Teenage Lobotomy

We’re pretty sure that YouTube’s copyright police have scrambled the sound on this video — but being the Ramones, it’s kinda hard to tell. [Take that back! — Ed.]

Legoland

Legoland theme parks are located in Germany, the UK, USA and of course Denmark. Aimed at children aged 2-10? Pfft. The parks boast millions and millions of lego pieces and Lego-themed rides — count us in!

Star Wars Death Star

This time lapse video shows how tedious Lego building can be and also how Lego and Star Wars go hand in hand. The construction of the Death Star took 10 hours and was built over the course of three days to become a ‘fully armed and operational battle station.’

The Italian Job

One of our all-time favourite films, in Lego form. Bless.

Monty Python: Knights of the Round Table

A stop motion version of this classic scene from Monty Python.

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Kevin Cheng

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Topics: toys, lego, digital video

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Andy

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It's fond to watch by children and also for adults too.

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