With the right number and kinds of Lego bricks, an overactive imagination, as well as plenty of time for execution, you know for sure that humankind can come up with some rather zany Lego “inventions”, and heck, there are even Lego-based theme parks to boot in this world. Well, Simon Liu must have had spent plenty of time behind the computer playing Fallout and its sequels in the past, which was why he decided to use his talent and some Lego bricks to come up with a working Lego Pip-Boy 3000.
The “Pip” in Pip-Boy 3000 stands for “Personal Information Processor” just in case you were wondering, where it functions as the the player’s Heads Up Display (HUD) in the games that Bethesda delivered in the past, namely Fallout 3 and Fallout: New Vegas. This Lego replica looks terrifyingly like the real deal, where it comes with a display and an FM radio, in addition to lights that can be manipulated thanks to the Lego knobs that are located on the left side of the unit.
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