Designer Arthur Sacek built an elaborate LEGO machine that folds and launches beautiful paper airplanes for the new Arrow Electronics campaign Five Years Out. Here’s a 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.
— Atmel Makes (@AtmelMakes) February 11, 2016
via The Awesomer