Thursday, July 4, 2013

41999 4x4 Crawler Exclusive Edition, building live stream event (Session II - Warm Up)

Session I failed again miserably, due to technical problems... tend to believe it as to do with the distance to the router, despite the reasonable signal strength.
Will try again, this time with a wireless range extender to see if we get the problem solved once for all...

Tomorrow (2013.Jul.04, Thu) at 22:30 CEST*, we'll be live streaming the LEGO Technic 41999, 4x4 Crawler Exclusive Edition building!

There will be also available a USTREAM chat window next to the live video, where you will be able to raise your questions and I'll try to answer them as soon as I can - please notice there is also a few seconds delay in the live broadcasting.
Please avoid entering your questions at TBs Facebook page, through comments to this post or sending them via e-mail, as I'll hardly be able to look at any other window, while building this beauty.

During the building process I'll also occasionally stop to take some photos, that will be used later for an offline TBs TechReview.
The live building presentation of this LEGO Technic novelty, will eventualy be split in more than one session. Further details to be communicated as needed.

Don't forget to join the party!

*) Use the link provided, to find the correspondent local time at your Time Zone.

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