Look Mom No Computer, an artist and designer, produced a fully functional set of DJ decks entirely out of LEGO. The magnificent frame is entirely constructed of LEGO bricks, with the exception of the circuit board and the mixer. It should go without saying that the end result is rather spectacular and extremely original in its approach.
The cooperation between Look Mum No Computer and Lego comes as the legendary toy manufacturer celebrates the debut of its Lego Vidiyo. The free app allows users make music videos with AR technology and songs from Universal Music Group’s roster of artists.
Speaking of invention, Look Mum No Computer, who sees himself as an inventor, has produced a number of other works that are well worth taking note of as well. This is, in fact, the same person that developed the organ made of furbies a couple of years ago, according to his LinkedIn profile. The inventor appears to have a strong attachment to toys like LEGO, which were popular in the 1990s and are still in use today. Without a doubt, his inventiveness is out of this world. Those DJ decks constructed entirely of LEGO bricks are works of art in their own right. The man possesses a wide range of abilities, including the ability to develop and co-produce songs with other musicians. Furthermore, according to his website’s bio, he has “no prior expertise in electronics and only approximately a year and a half of music theory at university” to do all of this.
Different LEGO goods are used to create the DJ decks in this set. As an example, the turntables were constructed using LEGO Technic, and the programmable robotic system LEGO MINDSTORMS is responsible for allowing the musician to control the vinyl.
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