Friday, June 29, 2012

Interview with Gaute Munch


I know we still have a few old interviews pending... They're on their way and not forgotten at all!

Meanwhile TBs arranged and interview with Gaute Munch (Senior Manager for Technology Platforms at LEGO) about the LEGO Power Functions (LPF) and LEGO MINDSTORMS (LMS) development and novelties.

I'm just in the process of putting all the pieces together and it will be published here shortly.

What I can anticipate to you now, is that it was probably the most interesting interview run by TBs so far and you won't want to miss this!
Find everything you always wanted to know about the development of LEGO technology components and details on the new PF L-motor and PF Servo (as if we haven't seen most of it already...).

Find some tips here and there, you probably don't know about and read it carefully! Maybe you even get a glimpse about the future...


Stay tuned, while other reviews are also getting cooked!


1 comment:

Allanp said...

Ooooooh, very nice, can't wait!

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