Who—besides a barefoot parent—doesn't love LEGO? I’ve always known that LEGO bricks came from a magical land in Denmark, but had never had a glimpse of what that world looked like. Well, thanks to the New York Times’ Daily 360 crew, we now have an opportunity to see 360° footage of those inspirational blocks being made and distributed.
This 2-minute clip takes us right through the plastic molding process, to a storage facility, to the LEGO headquarters where 300 designers get to bring their dreams to life in LEGO bricks!
Playback of 360° videos is most immersive if you have some form of a Google Cardboard viewer and can open the video in the YouTube app on your smartphone (email me if you don’t have a viewer and I will send you one). You can still have a lot of fun without one though by making the video full-screen in your Chrome browser and clicking and dragging with your mouse to explore.
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