Saturday, December 6, 2008

TBs goes 2nd HispaBrick... also for a TechBall match

TBs goes 2nd HispaBrick, taking place in Barcelona/Spain this weekend (6-7, December), at L'Ànecblau mall.



Once more, TBs is preparing a live videocast from an activity running in this event.
It will be a competition at a TechBall playfield.



Do you want to see more!?
Ok! Take a look to this post, tomorrow (Sunday) between 15:00 and 15:30PM (GMT+1) to see the players in action, at TechnicBRICKs live video channel.
Occasionally you may find it streaming at different periods, but most likely nobody will be here following the chat.





Live video on top and live chat room at bottom. Tell us what do you think.



As alternative, you may follow it directly on this URL.


Warning:
We have present just two cars and one of them needs a few improvements.
It is running too fast which makes it difficult to steer, but there is no way to fix it now...
For sure it will run smoother at a next event.


Enjoy!

2 comments:

Anonymous said...

"We have present just two cars and one of them needs a few improvements.
It is running too fast which makes it difficult to steer, but there is no way to fix it now...
For sure it will run smoother at a next event."

Try using batteries that are NOT new or totaly recharged.

Also this might help for easier controlling the vehicle :

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VDgZntDXcJc&feature=related

Jovel.

Conchas said...

Yes, I know how to fix it.

Just don't have the required parts here and time to rebuilt it...

Nice and interesting remote device, that you shown.


Fernando

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