Video: Lego Curiosity Mars Rover took over a 1000 bricks to build
I look at all these Lego tributes to immortal objects and classic builds and wonder about how much patience the artists harbored. It’s really one thing to build a random, oddly-shaped castle and another altogether to come up with a Lego Curiosity Mars Rover. It also took a lot of infrastructure, including, 1000 bricks, 7 NXT bricks, 13 NXT motors, and 2 Power Function motors. An arm of the build can be controlled remotely, via Bluetooth. So make sure, should you ever come to handle it, that you do not let it stray too far, let alone Mars.