Meet Legonardo: The Portrait Drawing Lego Robot 00:55

Meet Legondardo, a fourth generation drawing machine named after Leonardo Da Vinci. The machine, created by Daniele Benedettelli, generates draws by using a custom software Benedettelli wrote. Who knew Legos could be so artistic? 

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