|ITER - the way forward as envisaged in lego bricks|
Read on about it at this link.
Meanwhile, Europe's flagship machine, which is still the largest and most successful tokamak in the world - state of the art but 30 years old - has already been depicted in Lego. Or at least a relatively realistic version of the JET control room has been built, with nice pictures of the inside of the machine while a pulse is running.
|JET Control Room in Lego - by Fernanda Rimini (source here)|
I wouldn't like to speculate about which member of staff is represented by Darth Vader. I think I ought to keep those thoughts to myself!
Small and surprising note: Did you know that 'Lego' is a name constructed out of the Danish expression leg godt, meaning 'play well'?