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NYTimes video about making LEGO bricks this morning

Here is the link to this video, which will be widely viewed by the general readership. Enjoy! 
https://nyti.ms/2jZgrjm


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  • Mr_CrossMr_Cross East Anglia (UK)Member Posts: 1,052
    That was a nice little video, enjoyed with my lunch.
  • FauchFauch FranceMember Posts: 2,362
    always weird to see those factories that run with barely any human presence
  • Switchfoot55Switchfoot55 The Northwest, USAMember Posts: 1,703
    ...took me until nearly the end to realize it was a 360' video. Figured I'd expose my blunder in case anyone else failed to realize sooner too.
  • AyberkAyberk GermanyMember Posts: 9
    "1,350 pieces per second" ...which means every person alive can only get 1 new piece EVERY OTHER MONTH.

    Heh.



    Toc13
  • LexcortinLexcortin Delta VilleMember Posts: 16
    Thanks for sharing, just got myself a very interesting information.
  • AyberkAyberk GermanyMember Posts: 9
    PS: I just downloaded this video... and got treated to my first full-360-degrees-at-once video. Trippy!
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