Sunday, February 26, 2012

Han Would Be Proud

In this completely awesome video Francisco Prieto assembles a Lego replica of the Millenium Falcon from Star Wars and films it piece by piece:

Lego Millennium Falcon Stop Motion Assembly 3d from Francisco Prieto on Vimeo.


  1. WOW. Just WOW. I loved it!

  2. My dear, sweet, adorable godson is autistic. His focus in life are Legos. I just sent him this video and wow, the inspiration should keep him busy for years!! He will love this. Thanks for the unexpected gift.

  3. Thanks for pointing that out. I shared it on Twitter and people enjoyed it.

  4. terlee,

    That's awesome. I'm a couple days late to this post and comments but that makes me happy.

    As the century rolls on, there will be better and stronger bridges between those who live with autism and those who try to understand them

    If not written or verbal language, then spatial communication.

    Kim Peek was a remarkable individual who was capable of exhibiting empathy. So I suppose with each generation it gets easier for different categories of people who don't completely understand each other to gain more of an insight into different complexities of what it means to be human.

    To laud Hoffman is... Somewhat superfluous considering his body of work and endurance, but Raymond Babbitt, to me, is and always will be his capstone. In that role, he went well beyond Method. You can see it in his nonverbal behavior, how lost he got in the subtle nuances of being autistic.

    Thanks for making a great day a little better.

    (My capatcha failure rate is a little ridiculous nowadays and always has been. I really need to find somewhere to use "azeduc" though.)


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