| This pinball machine build with over 8000 lego pieces, powered by six NXT robots, nine touch sensors, 10 light sensors and four motors. Made by Mark Gryn of the School of Computer Science, University of Windsor and Michael, an 11th grade student, participating in a co-op program at the University of Windsor. The entire thing is made of lego pieces, with the exception of the ball
"6 robots now control this NXT pinball machine. 9 touch sensors score the points, two motors are used for the ball return and two for the spinners."