Sunday, July 11, 2010

Week TechVideo, 2010 #27 - Boats

This week I'm going to highlight two videos on the same subject, but from different builders already featured here before..

They're about boats... Yes, LEGO Technic boats running at water!
It is however, not the first time we highlight boats here at .

One speedboat from Milan Reindl (grohl) with two M-motors, and two other motorized floating devices from Peer Kreuger (Mahjqa).


Enjoy the summer, in the lake!


Junkstyle Gio said...

Nice work! Compliments to both of the designers!
Grohl's looks as always like the real thing.
Mahjqa's work is some more experimental.....

I would never put my PF-functions in dinger by getting them wet!
(Far to expensive!!)

Brian Davis said...

The lack of a "real" water-based propeller is a serious problem, but one that's overcome nicely here! Having done autonomous NXT-based boats, yes, water is a risk... but no risk, no reward :).

TechnicBRICKs said...

Speaks the man who send NXT Bots into space, and makes them to descend on earth again with a parachute... ;)

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