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AUCKLAND, NEW ZEALAND - APRIL 15: Nina Goodall (8) works on a lesson in contraction words using Lego her mum made after seeing an example online on the first day of term while in lockdown at her home in Kaipara Flats on April 15, 2020 in Auckland, New Zealand. Students across New Zealand are returning to school online for the start of Term 2 with students of all levels learning from home.New Zealand has been in lockdown since Thursday 26 March following tough restrictions imposed by the government to stop the spread of COVID-19 across the country. A State of National Emergency is in place along with an Epidemic Notice to help ensure the continuity of essential Government business. Under the COVID-19 Alert Level Four measures, all non-essential businesses are closed, including bars, restaurants, cinemas and playgrounds. Schools are closed and all indoor and outdoor events are banned. Essential services will remain open, including supermarkets and pharmacies. Lockdown measures are expected to remain in place for around four weeks, with Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern warning there will be zero tolerance for people ignoring the restrictions, with police able to enforce them if required. (Photo by Fiona Goodall/Getty Images)

Holograms of dead artists have been a thing for awhile now (Bon Scott, though? Really?) but this development is something else completely.

 

YouTube channel FuzzyBrick just shared a video of a bunch of LEGO blocks playing a ukulele. It took them months of trial and error with the LEGO Mindstorms blocks, but they ended up with a pretty sweet uke cover of “Can’t Help Falling In Love.” There’s even a little box that tells you what chords are being played!

Lego Robot playing the Ukulele - Can't Help Falling In Love Cover (verse only)

Built a lego robot that can play the Ukulele musical instrument. This robot can currently play the following ukulele chords.C, Em, Am, F, G.Project took alm...

 

Strap this contraption to a robot, throw in an Elvis Presley hologram, and you have the future of live music. Or not. Hopefully not. Wow, that would suck.