The team at Melbourne Video Production has been waiting to share this for a while now! It’s a secret project we’ve been working on for the past 12 months. Here’s the short version:

  • One Romanian super genius teenager
  • 500,000 Lego pieces
  • Some Aussie crowd funding

And you know what you get?

A full size Lego car powered by compressed air! Watch the YouTube video to see what all the fuss is about:

This is amazing for a whole bunch of reasons but for now I’ll let the Lego car do the talking.

Over the coming weeks I’ll share with you some more of the “behind the scenes”, why it’s a great lesson for marketing and how you can work on inspired projects like this.

Cheers,

Dave Jenyns
Director of Melbourne Video Production and original Super Awesome Micro Project patron.

Ps. This is super fresh off the video press so please be sure to share this. I’m looking to help this crazy Romanian genius however I can. Next up he’s looking to crowd fund a new 3D printing technology and it’s all part of his master plan to build a space craft and go to outer space.

Sounds like a fairy tale but then again I thought the same thing about building a Lego car powered by compressed air… for more of the back story click here to download my interview with the stranger from Romania.

Raul Oaida lego car powered by compressed air.

Raul Oaida’s Lego car powered by compressed air. The original Super Awesome Micro Project Patrons. I’m on the far right.