A Lego Caffeine Science Lesson

A Lego Caffeine Science Lesson

This is the skeletal formula for caffeine, completely made out of Lego. “Caffeine” is created by Miro Dudas as an entry into the 2nd round of Iron Builders. The challenge this time is to use the wrench and hammer pieces in unique ways. The skeletal formula is where you will find all these pieces, specifically in the covalent bonds. A bunch of blue spaceman Minifigure helmets, and round Lego balls make up the individual molecules (correct me if I am wrong). It would tough to get all of these elements in the correct places, and here it has been achieved well. This Lego MOC also features a cup of coffee (humanities preferred source of the drug), which is probably the inspiration of this build.

For more information you can check out “Caffeine,” created by Miro Dudas over here: https://www.flickr.com/photos/miro78/49852922072/

Is This A Real Coffee Machine Or Lego?

Lego Coffee Brewer

There are so many ways to make a good cup of coffee. Some of the most popular ways to prepare the drink is as a Cappuccino or Latte. A good coffee machine is needed to get the correct amounts of hot water, beans, pressure, and milk. Then there are a lot of moving parts, dials and nozzles to deal with. All of which are accurately recreated with this Lego Espresso Machine built by Breado’s Bricks. The black and chrome Lego pieces match the design of most real machines. But the best detail is the orange brick/light on the front. A great Lego MOC can pass for the real thing, and this coffee machine can certainly fool you at smaller sizes. You can almost smell the coffee.

Lego Coffee Machine

You can check out the “Coffee Brewer” by Breado’s Bricks over here: https://www.flickr.com/photos/29785585@N08/49665086221/

Iron Mon Calamari Wallpapered!

LegoGenre: Iron Mon Calamari

“It’s a frap!”

A new wallpaper is up, starring Admiral Ackbar as Iron Mon. And, as usual none of these wallpapers feature watermarks, and have been optimized for widescreen. Your desktop background will never be the same.

Check out all the wallpapers here: http://everydaybricks.com/legogenre-wallpapers/