+Tyler Neylon, a programmer and mathematician currently specializing in iOS app development, recently posted a fun project to his Google+ profile: 50 designs with 50 LEGO pieces, a set of 51 photos. Given a small 50-piece Lego set this past Christmas (well, Tyler admits: "...58 [pieces], actually, but many of them are very small, as you can see"), he craftily stretched his imagination to create 50 different models, though the kit included instructions for only 3.
Below, 10 favorites; click through to view the entire set.
Pythagorean Spaceship—("The 6x1 white pieces are places as hypotenii of 3-4-5 right triangles.")
Music Notation—("The G-clef symbol was tricky; I couldn't make it all one color and still have a note.")
Rock, Paper, Scissors
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