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Xbox 360 disc changer made from Lego, controlled by a smartphone

Xbox 360 disc changer made from Lego, holds 32 games and is controlled from your smartphone.

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Published Sun, May 5 2013 10:30 PM CDT   |   Updated Tue, Nov 3 2020 12:23 PM CST

Someone has a little too much time on their hands, but has made something unbelievable cool - a disc changer for the Xbox 360 made from Lego. Yes, Lego. The Changer uses 3 x NXT's and is controlled through Bluetooth.

The Changer is made from 3 NXT's, 7 NXT servos, an RC motor, a light sensor, two color sensors and around 3000 parts. The claws of The Changer are operated with a pneumatic system with the disc selected by the user sending The Changer a message between 1 and 32 as The Changer holds 32 discs. The average change time for discs sits at around 42 seconds.

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