Now you can enjoy hours of Lego building fun right at your desk, building Lego on a virtual map of Australia and NZ directly in your Chrome browser!
In celebration of the centenary year of Alan Turing’s birth Jeroen van den Bos and Davy Landman at Centrum Wiskunde & Informatica (CWI), Amsterdam (Netherlands) built a LEGO version of a Turing machine – the universal computing device that theoretically models how all computation is done. You can read about it at LEGO Turing Machine.
Mike Brandl is a fellow LEGO MCP and all-round outstanding LEGO builder. His latest project certainly pushes the envelope when it comes to putting the NXT in a harsh environment. This time he has built a LEGO submarine that can navigate successfully underwater. The NXT is housed in a plastic sealed bag, with glue around(…)
I received a preview paper copy of the new book from NoStarch press titled “Lego Heavy Weapons” by Jack Street. For those of you who don’t know Jack is a young prodigy in the area of Lego gunsmiths as he built is first working Lego gun at the tender age of 13, and has been(…)
I got an iPad for Christmas. Santa really did read my Christmas letter, and I must have been a very good boy, because he delivered a 16GB 3G iPad all wrapped in its Apple-designed-in-Cupertino yummy box. My primary reason for getting one was to use it as a tool for building LEGO. I do most(…)