Jason Allemann has a knack for seeing childhood toys in a completely new light. Instead of keeping LEGO pieces designated for playtime, Allemann decided to experiment with the plastic and create his own working computer keyboard.
The result is a colorful design, but one that works perfectly well with the PC shown in the video. Jason Allemann shows users how to re-create this masterpiece at home, but keep in mind that this will take a lot of patience and ample willpower (much the same as building LEGO structures as a kid)! Scrounge up an old keyboard, sort through your old playthings and put to use some LEGO that has been discarded as too old or outdated to use. You could be surprised with the results!
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