Thursday, November 27, 2014

SBrick mold in the works

Vengit team has been working hard do deliver SBrick this November.
If we think about, it means a lot to deliver!
  • Hardware PCB with BLE module and PF ports
  • Molds to produce a case on par with original LEGO standards
  • Apps for iOS, Android and Windows Phone.
  • And finally the online Profile Designer service.

They even managed to shrink SBrick a lot since the design presened in the Kickstarter project, and added some nice extra pin-holes, as previously communicated.
This is not easy stuff as there are always many details to fix and to fine tune.

The team has made another update to their Kickstarter project, and shared a video where we can see some production tests for the SBrick case and the small adjustments still needed.

Make sure you see this video in a desktop browser, to see also the comments/captions overlaid.

I think the wait for an extra fine tuning round, in order to get the perfect product is well justified! DET BEDSTE ER IKKE FOR GODT , if you got what I mean...

Meanwhile those who're privileged and engaged with SBrick Beta testing program, can also test the first Android App to control SBrick. It is at a very early and immature stage but progress will be noticed fast. The App can be found here.


Junkstyle Gio said...

Looking good so far, but a lot needs to be done!
Even i'm not a participant of the kickstarter-project; i'm following this project with much anticipation and interest.

Menno Gorter said...

The possibility of combining this with Mindstorms would be very neat!

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