I can’t get over how cute this tiny Lego monitor is

Who doesn’t love Lego? The plastic bricks have been making waves since they were first launched back in 1932. And while I’ve always known that the toys can be used to create interesting designs and even functioning tools, I never thought I’d see the day someone made a Lego brick monitor.

Yep, you read that correctly. User Ancient_james on Twitter shared a video of his homemade Lego brick monitor and I am totally in awe. Not only is the minuscule screen capable of running games like Doom, but it’s also touch-controlled via the studs on top. I don’t know about you, but this amazingly small TV makes me want to get all my old Lego out. If you’re feeling a similar way, then why not treat yourself to one of the best Lego sets for adults?

The little monitors can play Doom (Image credit: @Ancient_James via Twitter)

James Brown (opens in new tab) shared a video of the finished brick as well as a thread of photos outlining the steps on how to create the Lego monitor (see below). As long as you have some spare circuits, a 72×40 1bpp screen, a battery and a 3D printer (stock up with one of the best 3D printers available) lying around, then you can make your very own ickle TV too. 

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