Sunday, October 14, 2007

Behind the Design, inside LEGO

Look at this video published at o LEGO TECHNIC Website. "Behind the Design" as it calls.

It focus on the design process used to develop the new TECHNIC flagship. Yes!, the amazing Bulldozer 8275.

Also other similar videos, can be seen at the same LEGO Website.

By the way... LEGO added a poll at their TECHNIC entry page, to let you express if you liked this video or not.
Lets vote and make them make more like this for our amusement. ;-)

1 comment:

Alex Campos said...

I have to make a criticism about the criteria LEGO used to launch the motorised version of the Bulldozer instead of the motorless (not that I don't like the nifty remote-controlled stuff!)... if they let small children, who didn't have to spend money (the motor-less version would certainly be much cheaper) on it and didn't have to build it, of course they prefer the motorised version...

Anyway, I'm happy LEGO went for motorised and let us know how the creation process went, and hope to see more such videos in the future!

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