Monday, November 24, 2008

New Power Functions website at LEGO.com

LEGO.com got a new Power Functions section at the products webpage.




There you may find lots of information about the LPF elements, from respective Bios with feature descriptions, FAQs, to a Gallery with users constructions.
Also there you will find, lots of movies explaining the PF system, how the several elements work, interconnect and some LEGO Designers explaining how to integrate the PF elements into real LEGO models.
Below, one example where Alfred integrates a dew PF elements into the 8295 Telescopic Handler.








Everything well organized and prepared to receive any new upcoming LPF elements, once they get released.

Enjoy!

9 comments:

Anonymous said...

Auto start, auto volume, no stop = no interest, window closed.


Is it just me? maybe i am a control freak.

Conchas said...

Understand your point!

In this case, I wasn't able to find how to prevent the video to start automatically...

It is the same, even at LEGO website.

Anonymous said...

The embedded one is annoying but stoppable. The Lego site is my gripe, no controls at all...

zanthrax said...

is it possible to edit this post to contain the video after a read more link?
it's terribly annoying, and the guys voice isn't helping.

Conchas said...

Yes I know...

Didn't find out to make this object not running by default.

The good news, is that three posts ahead it will move out from the blog entry page. ;)

I'll comment that part in the post temporarily, so it won't appear for now.

Anonymous said...

the link is broken

Conchas said...

As far as I've checked just now, all links in the post are working properly.

Anonymous said...

i get a http error 400 if i click the link to the section

Conchas said...

Definitely, I can't see any problem here.

Anyone else, getting problems, too?

Here the link for your convenience:
http://powerfunctions.lego.com/en-us/Default.aspx

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