LEGO 8 Bit Trip
Swedish YouTube user Rymdreglage and his ’8-Bit Trip’ video from two years ago stands at 12 million views. Rymdreglage plans on releasing a sequel to ’8-Bit Trip’ using 65,000 LEGO pieces. Two cameras capture Rymdreglage unpacking and sorting LEGO pieces, each camera takes a photo every 20 seconds, in total 12,775 photos are taken over the 71 hours. The original ’8-Bit Trip’ took 1,500 hours to create, working 12 hour days on this project would take over 4 months. It’s unsure when the sequel will be released, but it will definitely be featured on Most Watched Today when it arrives.
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