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LOMO – the LEGO compatible coding game

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There is an interesting LEGO-related project on Indiegogo that I was recently made aware of. LOMO is an interactive coding game introducing children to all four elements of STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Math) by using a LEGO-compatible robot, control board, and coding bricks, but without the need of an app or other screen-based software. LOMO […]

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i-Brix wireless lights for LEGO coming soon!

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If you are a regular reader here, you might remember the exciting wireless technology for lighting up LEGO creations developed by i-Brix (see: Update on i-Brix Wireless Lighting for LEGO) . After a successful Kickstarter campaign, the i-Brix team has been hard at work to wrap up the design and manufacture of the first i-Brix […]

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More LEGO travel-trailers & camper-vans

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Back in 2016, we discussed all the various travel-trailers, camper-vans, and motor-homes LEGO released through the years (see: LEGO Travel-Trailers & Camper-Vans). We went all the way back to the 1970s, when the first LEGO recreational vehicles appeared, then looked through the ’80s and the ’90s, finally finishing in 2016. As we mentioned in that […]

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Building curved roads with LEGO bricks

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If you like building LEGO cities, you know that roads have great importance. They provide a solid surface for your buildings and vehicles, and they also make your city feel more tied together and realistic. LEGO offers a selection of thin baseplate road-plates with straight sections, 90-degree curved sections, T-intersections, and crossroads. These are quite […]

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LEGO Monthly Mini Model Builds for 2018

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As we discussed just about a year ago (see: Discover a Unique Section of the LEGO Shop), the updated version of the Online LEGO Shop has a section titled “Discover”, that gives you quick access to the websites of the LEGO Life app, LEGO Education, LEGOLAND Parks, a list of recently retired sets, and instructions […]

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LEGO big-fig large minifigures overview

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Sometimes regular LEGO minifigures are just not enough to recreate badguys, especially when they are meant to represent bigger characters. If the badguy is really big, LEGO designers can build them up from smaller pieces, and use LEGO Technic-style elements to keep them sturdy enough for play. However, if the character needs to be just […]

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LEGO robots & mechs by Chobbybots

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Building LEGO robots and mech-suits has been a favorite pastime of many LEGO fans. Robots and mechs combine the mobility of the human body, the power of machines, and the sophistication of technology. And, they are a perfect match for LEGO. In fact, LEGO themselves released lots of robots and mechs through the years; the […]

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Building 3D LEGO models with MecaBricks

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(Written by Thomas – BrickProject) There are a number of design tools to build LEGO models digitally, including LEGO’s own LEGO Digital Designer, LDraw, MLCad, Stud.io by BrickLink, and MecaBricks. These powerful programs allow you to design LEGO models either via your browser or through a downloadable software, create parts-lists and shopping lists for your model, […]

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