The Lego magnetic stirbar has been around for a few years now, and now it’s getting a whole new makeover.
A team of MIT engineers have redesigned the board to be more like a real magnetic stirrer, and it can be used for many purposes.
The team is currently developing a new version that they say can do things like “melt and re-heat” metal parts.
It’s also able to detect if an object is being heated up or cooled down, and can be programmed to change its position depending on the temperature.
It will also be able to make the magnetic stir, which is a fancy way of saying it can rotate in a specific direction, so you can turn it into a fan.
(The video above was made using the new version of the magnetic board.)
Lego has a lot of work to do to make it a hit, however, and this latest redesign is going to be the last one the company does before it shuts down.
It also has a number of other new features, like an automatic timer that can be turned on and off, and an “energy management” system that automatically switches between various power levels, so it’s able to switch off and on in a fraction of a second.
It should also have a USB-C port, which makes it compatible with USB-A chargers.