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Posted 4-8-2009
We actually made a few of these way back last year but forgot to post them.  Uubergeek came to the lab with a handful of these and asked if we could make the cyclotron light up.  Well, of course!


Headless Horseman
Posted 11-4-2008
I've been meaning to make this specimen for quite a while so entering it into a Halloween contest seemed to get me fired up to make it.  As usual, the battery and ON/Off switch for the pumpkin head light are located in the minifig torso, but this time, I added some wiring inside the neck of a skeletal horse to light up its eyes too.

Minifig Cylon Version 3
Posted 6-13-2008
This is the latest release of the Cylon minifig made exclusively for the DVICE, SCIFI.COM and MAKE 'Make a Cylon' contest. This newest version features a smaller circuit board with 6 LEDs instead of 4. I don't think I could hand solder anything tinier than these new LEDs. These things are almost TOO small to handle! As all other Brickmodder Labs minifig mods, this one features a replaceable battery and an internal ON/OFF switch. Minifig electronics by Rob Hendrix (Brickmodder). Helmet, decals, and paint done by Mark Marquez. Microchip programming done by Stuart Guarnieri.

I am Ironman!
Posted 6-9-2008
Thanks to the artistic talents of Chris "Uubergeek" and Jared "Kaminoan" I am the proud owner of a custom Ironman.  I couldn't stop there though!  Click for photos of the full vignette.  Enjoy!

Minifig Cylon
Thanks to Mark Marquez for his minifig sculpting talents and to Stuart Guarnieri for his uncanny programming skills, I now have reached the next level and present to you a minifig Cylon from Battlestar Galactica complete with onboard lighting effects.

R2-D2 2007a (Revision 4)
posted 06-19-2007
You asked for it, you got it.  Took long enough, but I finally got around to moving that pesky switch to a different location.  I was never happy with the original location for playability.  Now all you have to remove the head for is to change out the battery!

Posted 10-19-2006
All the mods from the past