Tomáš Kašpařík made a real roller coaster by himself, moreover, right indoors! The thing is, it is made of LEGO® bricks and it actually works!
More than 90,000 bricks were spent on the creation of this 6 meters long route, however the whole route that minifigures have to go is 26 meters, and the maximum altitude is 1.4 meters. The creation of this attraction took 800 hours (almost 5 weeks of continuous work!), but the result was worth it. In addition to the roller coaster itself, the author designed the area around: lakes, playgrounds - everything like in a real park!
To create this masterpiece, Tomáš used a hot air gun and welded hard pieces, giving them shape. After the video has been spread all over the Internet, the author added a tutorial how to make such “rails” to his YouTube channel.
Watch it and think whether to show it to your children. After all, they will want to repeat it and will go to weld the LEGO® with the help of a hair dryer!
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