Wednesday, April 3, 2013

HispaBrick Magazine 016

HispaBrick Magazine celebrates its 5th anniversary with its latest issue HBM016.

The magazine comes packed with articles for all types of LEGO fans, and as usual, there is a generous share of articles that are of special interest to Technic and MINDSTORMS fans.

There are two MINDSTORMS specific articles, part 13 in the ongoing tutorial on MINDSTORMS which, in this issue, focuses on LabView for MINDSTORMS and an article on the evolution of MINDSTORMS, from the very beginning to the upcoming EV3.

There is also what promises to be the first in a series of articles on LEGO WeDo, an introduction to robotics with a set that, while aimed at a younger public, has a lot of potential for older builders too.

Another article of special interest to TBs readership is an interview with Yoshihito Isogawa, the author of Tora no Maki, which any die-hard Technic fan will have, either in PDF or in hard copy.

Last but not least, Eric "Blakbird" Albrecht has contributed to this issue with the second part of his tutorial on POV-Ray.

And of course there are many more articles, so download your copy now, either in English or in Spanish.

Enjoy the read and don't forget to leave some feedback!

1 comment:

Dave said...

I like reading Hispabrick Magazine a lot -- it tends to have much more detailed articles than BrickJournal, and it's free! :)

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