Engineer Recreates Car Crash Test Through Lego Bricks

Crash test engineer Becky Mueller might have had some free time during the pandemic.
Deniz Yildiran
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It's been a long time since Lego succeeded in striking adults' fancy, even though the company only started with Ole Kirk Christiansen's wooden toys in his workshop. Today, what you can do with those little bricks is up to your imagination, both for children and grown-ups.

So this crash test engineer Becky Mueller from Insurance Institute for Highway Safety wanted to practice her profession through the famous bricks and came up with a tiny cute stop motion video that covers the whole crash test process. 

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It's just not the crashing scene though. Mueller had worked deliberately to make it seem close to real. As IIHS indicates on Twitter, it might be fair to say that the video is a product of the pandemic.

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