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Gizmodo had the pleasure today of stopping by the future Las Vegas factory, autoshop, office and cafe space for Local Motors, easily one of the most innovative vehicle-design outfits in the United States. The company justifiably prides itself on its “co-creative” approach and its “microfactory” network of smaller shops and independent designers, all pooling ideas for future vehicles.
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What happens if you take 500,000 pieces of Lego and 256 pistons, then hand them over to Steve Sammartino and Raul Oaida? This fully functioning, life-size, air-powered Lego car is what.
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You probably knew that it’s impossible to pull apart two phonebooks put together with interleaving pages. But did you know that the bond — caused by the mechanical friction of the interleaving pages — is so strong that it can lift an entire car? This video demonstrates exactly that. The best part, however, may be to watch the car fall when they burn the phonebooks.