Oct 21, 2007

LEGOWORLD - Day 3













Wow, this has been a most memorable day on LEGOWORLD 2007 so far - masses of visitors and everywhere LEGO (R) builders discussing, building, presenting, inventing... an enormously creative and inspiring ambience.

Amongst a lot of other things, I noticed that Martijn not only is an outstanding builder but also a very skilled salesman of the Idea book... ;-)

Now the visitors are all gone, and the exhibitors' dinner is going to start soon - Steven is inviting the MCPs somewhere (and Martijn cares for the location).

Let the images speak for themselves.

4 comments:

Robotica said...

foto1:
Matthias Paul Scholz's book about Davinci inventions and the ready build catapult form it.

foto2:
Martyn Boogaarts in front of the Bowling lane. Testing the remote (NXT-NXT) controlled Bulldozer.

foto3:
Daniel Wittenaar and Bob Rombout building with the NXT a NXT monkey.

foto4:
Starwars Battledroid Army

foto5:
Menno Gorter's amazing creations, all on foot...

foto6:
Mindstorms Brickbash.nl arena.

foto7:
Audience, big building contest, this is what LEGOWORLD is all about, sitting on the floor and playing with 1000s of LEGO bricks.

foto8:
You need directions? (yes it is that big ;))

foto9:
Buying LEGO, we had the nice offer of NEW sets that were taken out of the boxes, and sold per gram (kilo for some ;))

foto10:
GBC, by the france group, a nice display of the Great Ball Contraption.

foto11:
Beware of the Storm Trooper...

foto12:
The 2008 display of Starwars shown by the LEGO Designers.


I hope you like these pictures.

regards Martyn.

Matthias Paul Scholz said...

Thanks Martijn for the comments on the pictures. :-)

TheHobbyGuy said...

foto12 - AHHHH!!!! That Storm tSrooper lost his head! Must be a Jedi around. lol! Cool pics! Wish I could be there.

Pieter said...

I visited LegoWorld yesterday, and I'm thinking of buying an NXT set! However there are two things I would like to know:
- Is there an adapter for the NXT brick, so that you can use the 220V power?
- Does the software run on Linux (Ubuntu 8.04)?

Thanks in advance for an answer :)
Pieter

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