Friday, September 19, 2014

SBrick tests latest prototypes

Vengit team as been testing their SBrick prototype v4, where they have fixed some issues from the previous versions, and presented us some videos about the progresses.
Watch them below.

Testing early WP 8.1 application for SBrick.

Testing SBrick v4 with an old style LEGO 9V power source, and the problem with original PF M-motor.

SBrick load & stress test

SBrick v4 radio range test

So it looks we're one step closer to get them produced.

You can follow the progress at SBrick Community.


Dave said...

I like the "Radio Range Test" -- Technic fans may soon be able to "drive" their Trial Trucks without having to "hover" over them!

Alex Campos said...

I also like the "Radio Range Test", but for a different reason: probably if we have a second phone mounted on the model, connected via WiFi to the one we're using for control, we can have FPV (first-person view) driving!

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