Friday, July 18, 2014

SBrick makes it easier to push your models into the next level

Watch what SBrick team did today with his 42030 VOLVO Wheel Loader!

The 42030 app profile skin looks even better now that we can see the controls moving and indicators flashing!
The lights and turn signals are the icing on the cake, just to highlight the extreme SBrick potential. And let's not forget the benefits this might represent for LEGO Trains and events!

There is no such thing as "too much fundraising" that we can contribute to this project, to get back the full blown feature set.

Did you make your Kickstarter pledge already? What are you waiting for?
And do not forget to follow the SBrick fundraising status at Kickstarter, from the widget at right.


Jamie Roy said...

Can you link more than one sbrick? I'd like to be able to use more than just 4 functions ....

Fernando Correia said...

@Jamie Roy

Yes, you can use up to 16 (64 ports) in your models!

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