An inventor makes a LEGO brick with a tiny screen inside. Can be used to display the classic DOOM game.

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LEGO brick maker James Brown has released a video of his personal DIY project, bringing a tiny monitor to LEGO, and it’s powerful enough to render the classic DOOM game.

The screen in LEGO is not an official product. It’s a personal project by James Brown that puts a 0.42-inch OLED monitor inside a LEGO brick made by a 3D printer. It’s powerful enough to play looping line animations, and of course, to render DOOM games.

However, even the screen in LEGO can display DOOM games, but the screen is too small. Including having graphics that have no sharp resolution, making playing DOOM through such screens “Barely can’t play”

James Brown did not reveal the exact details. But it seems that the screens in LEGO don’t run the DOOM game itself, they are just for display. It is expected that the game can still be played through other devices.

While the screen isn’t ideal for gaming, it’s certainly an interesting DIY project for LEGO fans and gamers like us. If there are more interesting stories, the GamingDose team will report further.

Source: PC Gamer

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