Behind the amazing lego machine that folds and launches paper airplanes. via geek wire
Making a paper airplane that actually flies demands its own set of skills. Creating a robot out of Lego pieces to handle the task is something else, and genius Arthur Sacek was just the man for the job, The Awesomer tells us. It was all done in the name of a Super Bowl commercial for Arrow Electronics, a Colorado company which dabbles in aerospace and defense, among other things.
Here is the machine in action!
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