Wednesday, January 16, 2013

Bigger than ASIMO...

This is found at LEGO Education UK website, under LMS EV3 Curriculum page.

Are we already there, getting there or even close? Hard to say, but have my serious doubts! - Considering what the LEGO parts are, and what might be possible to achive with them.
Of course we can build very large models as we have already seen, but there are a few things here that go much beyond that.

To me it looks like someone playing with Photoshop and scales to create the illusion of an EV3 man sized humanoid, to produce a Inspirational image and achieve an intent - For some reason this is the link to the Inspirational Hardware page.

4 comments:

R0Sch said...

as you can see, the inteligent brick on the robot's chest is 5 times larger then normal. so yes, it's photoshoped and scaled.

Rickard Staaf said...

Or it is just a really small girl

Ondra said...

I see only next wave of hero factory figures, this time a lot bigger :-D

santi said...

I go with Rickad's theory of the really small girl...

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