Who would have thought that Lego might eventually end up as one of Denmark’s most famous exports, being the building blocks of imagination for many a child over the years? Well, we have seen our fair share of amazing Lego constructs over the years, but one thing remained constant – Lego minifigs certainly never had far to go, as their legs seem to be implanted onto whatever Lego surface they were standing on anyways. Perhaps all of this is set to change with the new OLED Lego train station that features a bunch of 1″ OLED boards alongside an Arduino Uno that will control the schedule behind the scenes. This project does seem to be pretty straightforward for DIY enthusiasts, and while the schedule is unable to pair up with the train tracks in order to inform your minifigs automatically whether their ride is delayed or on time, it should be not too large an obstacle to overcome.
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