Designer Arthur Sacek built an brilliant LEGO machine that folds and launches paper airplanes for the new Arrow Electronics campaign Five Years Out. This is one incredible feat of engineering and imagination.
Also, check out the behind-the-scenes video showing how it was created.
The workings of the bicycle made way for the first flying machine.
A spaceship was built on the ground piece by piece before a man could walk on the moon.
At Arrow, we know the world of Five Years Out relies on small, forward-thinking parts put together with absolute precision.
Whether it’s for the military, commerce or yet-imagined industry, the future of flight will always depend on dependability. That’s where our unmatched heritage comes to play. Enabling visionaries to bring the future to fruition.
via The Awesomer