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Fiber optic Lego

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Certain blocks have individual clear protrusions allowing verticle connections of light conduits while others have lateral conduits and all clear protrusions.

Programable illuminating base sold seperately.


Prior art. LED_20lego
[2 fries shy of a happy meal, Jul 20 2011]

Lego set 8456: Fiber Optic Multi Set http://www.peeron.com/inv/sets/8456-1
1996 [notexactly, Mar 25 2018]

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       Clear Lego bricks used to exist (I had a bunch in the bucket when I was a kid), though I'm several years behind on my knowledge of Lego tech. The fiberoptics can be kitbashed from lighting systems for model train layouts. This is definitely home-bakable.
Alterother, Jul 21 2011
  
      
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