Posted by Jeremy on September 2, 2019 at 06:25 AM CST
Taking 3,178 hours to build, programme, orchestrate and play, this amazing video was put together by LEGO crazed inventor-slash-musician Sam Battle, aka Look Mum No Computer, in order to demonstrate what the new Boost Droid Commander (75253) set is capable of.


The members of the orchestra consisted of 95 droids made up of 46 R2-D2s, 26 MSE droids and 23 GONKs - all programmed using the Boost app, the motley crew of LEGO Star Wars robots were able to play the xylophones, specially modified single-string violins and chellos, keyboards, electric drums, gongs, chimes, cymbals and double-headed tom-tom drums for this 1 minute and 5 second rendition of the Star WarsMain Theme!


You can order this set now via Amazon.com for $179.99 or LEGO.com for US$199.99/CA$249.99/DE€199.99/UKŁ179.99/FR€219.99/DKK1799.00 and AU$359.99.

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