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The concert hall at the Sydney Opera House holds 2,700 people. This blog was viewed about 31,000 times in 2015. If it were a concert at Sydney Opera House, it would take about 11 sold-out performances for that many people to see it.
The busiest day of the year was November 10th with 525 views. The most popular post that day was EV3RSTORM.
Most visitors came from the United States, totaling over 8,000. Germany and Spain rank next to the United States, but each at less than 6% of total traffic. In all, there were visitors from 110 countries all over the world.
Hey guys, I have an update on the data loss I experienced recently. I have lost all my youtube video file archives, several important frames for my upcoming stop-motion animation, all documents of my book I’ve been working on, all videos for a Technic set review, a lot of pictures, and countless more.
The bad news being said, I do have some good news (though not outweighing the bad). I am at a fork in the road considering my LEGO collection, and I really need your advice! Please participate in the poll below; it may affect my outcome!
The 45560 Lego® Mindstorms® Ev3 Expansion Set comes with 853 pieces (i.e. beams, pins, wheels and tires, gears and steering racks, panels, speciality parts).
As for the other option, for $96 I can get two IR Receivers (V1), two XL Motors, one PF IR Remote-Control, and one PF Servo Motor. The spare parts included are as follows: four 3 Snap Gearbloks (Element ID: 4610378 / Design ID: 92909), two Cardan Cups with Cross Axle 2M (Element ID: 4610374 / Design ID: 92906), two 16z Gears (Element ID: 4640536 / Design ID: 94925), and six Slide Shoe Round 2×2 (Element ID: 4278412 / Design ID: 54196).
The LEGO MINDSTORMS EV3LUTION is my upcoming EV3 book. Using only one 31313 LEGO® MINDSTORMS® EV3 Retail set, you will be able to build several robots and program them with this book…
Well, it was going to be my upcoming book. Unfortunately, someone tampered with my computer and all my files are lost. All my saved videos, edited pictures for my upcoming lego animation, and the book itself; all trace is lost. I’m currently searching into all my backup devices; hopefully it’ll be there. Updates later.
I’m sorry for any inconvenience this may cause, I’m really sorry.
Greetings friends! As 2014 is coming to an end, I would like to share just how this year has gone! And it’s mainly due to your support, so keep it up! 😀
The concert hall at the Sydney Opera House holds 2,700 people. My blog was viewed about 25,000 times in 2014. If it were a concert at Sydney Opera House, it would take about 9 sold-out performances for that many people to see it.
The busiest day of the year was August 16th with 443 views. The most popular post that day was Trav3rseTruggy (ATBuggy).
This year, there were 55 new posts (most of them robots), growing the total archive of this blog to 69 posts.
Attractions in 2014
These are the posts that you guys checked out most this year…
Now, I usually don’t post news on my blog; only robots, but this is one exception!
There are many builders who build remote-controlled models using the PF Infrared Receiver/Remote. And many of them know that there are many areas of improvement to be made. The SBrick (also known as SmartBrick) does just that! With the SBrick, you can control your models via Android, iOS, and WP8 devices. Here are some of the many technical aspects of this new marvel:
Same size as the LEGO IR Receiver
Up to 100m range
Unlimited group play w/no interference
Four ports instead of two
Simultaneously control multiple SBricks
And much more!
You can find unlimited information at sbrick.com. They also need our support to help make this become a reality! And they have only limited time. So it is time for you to act now! Help let this product become available to all LEGO builders by supporting them at Kickstarter. (Just visit their website and click Support us at KICKSTARTER at the top of their page!)