Watch 100 boxes of Legos get opened and sorted in 3 minutes
Time-lapse video shows almost 72 hours of work
YouTuber "rymdreglage" who makes some great 8-bit stop-motion videos, has published a time-lapse video showing the unboxing and sorting of 100 boxes of Legos, which they plan to use in an upcoming video. Pretty amazing commitment there - when I unbox one box, it takes me forever to sort the pieces before I start building anything.
Each box contained 650 Lego pieces, so they were able to sort 65,000 plastic pieces that needed to be sorted. Hopefully, nobody stepped on any of the pieces with their bare feet.
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