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Yoshihito Isogawa’s ingenious centrifuge uses Lego Power Functions (think NXT without the microcontroller) elements to power it, and uses a IR remote control to start and stop! [via The NXT STEP]

John Baichtal

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  1. theophrastus says:

    uhm… that’s neat and all, but isn’t it more like a tethered hover-car than anything likely to produce 7.3G? (yeah i know… what did i expect? it’s made of lego)

  2. says:

    What do you get if you combine the centrifuge with the Tilt-N-Trap 3D Printed Mouse Trap at ?

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