As evidenced by their success, Legos are a lot of fun to play with. But New-Zealand-based inventor Mark Stolten reckons he can make them more fun. Stolten developed Flexo, a series of tendon-like attachments that can be used to render Lego constructions flexible:
I'm curious to see what Lego's reaction will be: Will they buy Stolten's company, investigate legal action, or let it ride? In any case, consumers have voted for Flexo's desirability with their dollars: At press time they'd reached USD $103,411 on an $87,702 goal, with 13 days left to pledge.