Tuesday, November 17, 2009

Lego Technic website, got a new face!

From today, LEGO Technic website got a a new face.

Content is basically the same for the moment, but the website look got some renovation, new and more up-to-date software.



Easier maintenance and some new capabilities were also added to the Designers Blog. Soon you should start noticing some of these improvements.

Along with the refreshed website, some new amazing video animations have been added, relative to the 2H2009 sets.

video


Jump in to see them, at much better quality!

5 comments:

blakbird said...

The animation they did of 8258 is really stunning. I wish I could produce something like that.

Who is that handsome fellow on the blog page?

AVCampos said...

I noticed yesterday the Technic site was different, but, since I hadn't been there for long, I thought the change was less recent...

Also, I saw the blog entries for Eric and Paul are up. I loved reading both, congratulations to you two!

RjbsNXT said...

I checked out the animations on the products page and the crane truck animation was much shorter than the video you've shown - where did you obtain that video from?

Conchas said...

The video it is the same at Technic website.
You should wait it download completely. You will see a blue circle in the center displaying the progress.
If the connection gets slow it may jump parts, bu then you'll have the option to replay all in the end.

sqiddster said...

Great animation, although there is a little glitch - when the PF Control Switch is engaged, the lever on the actual switch doesn't move. It doesn't ruin it for me or anything, but I guess it is just nice to know that these things aren't perfect, for some odd reason....

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