Lego + Apple = Lego Imac

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  1. Thenewguyhere macrumors newbie

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  3. Thenewguyhere thread starter macrumors newbie

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    Lego + Apple = Lego Imac

    Only if you buy the 26 inch inch version.
     
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    Now you should buy actual lego bricks and make it physically!
     
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    Aww, what? That's so cheap. I was fully expecting a perfect lego representation of the iMac...physically made.

    The software you use to make that model is free as well. Cheapo's :p
     
  6. Thenewguyhere thread starter macrumors newbie

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    I'm currently busy with ordering 300+ euro's worth of lego for a video, i might buy the imac after that (which will at least take 3 month's).
     
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    What I'd rather see is you building the Millenium Falcon Technic model. No one is old enough to appreciate building that thing.

    http://starwars.lego.com/en-us/Products/exclusive/10179.aspx
    5000 pieces, and AUD$1000.
     
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    I got its predecessor which didn't quite consist of that many pieces, but still was great fun to assemble. Wish I had picked up the Star Destroyer when it was still available...
     
  11. Thenewguyhere thread starter macrumors newbie

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    Tell me what you exactly expected.

    Btw the millenium falcon looks nice, but i'm not really a star wars fan :), The thing i'm building has 5000/6000 pieces.
     
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  13. glossywhite macrumors 65816

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    That's not even Lego - Lego would have been impressive, whereas this is just lazy CGI, and rather crap. The point, please?...
     
  14. Thenewguyhere thread starter macrumors newbie

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    No it's not, it's made in the lego digital designer where you can create models and make pictures with a white background, you can only use official bricks and it's a programm of the lego group. It's possible to purchase the lego version directly from the site but that would cost me 55 euros.
     
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    I think the point glossywhite was making is that the resolution is so bad you're seeing jaggies along what should be the smooth sides of the Lego bricks. (I've no idea if that's the max resolution that the program allows you.)

    I think what some of us, including ucfgrad93 and I, were expecting was a real-life version made out of real Legos.

    It's cute, though.
     
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    Sorry for bringing up this burried thread but for the ones who are interested, here's a new picture of the iMac:

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