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 Interesting LEGOŽ Creations On Youtube
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Posted: Nov 14 2013, 05:46 AM


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A couple of my other favorites are the two wheeled Segway style robot that is brilliant for its programming rather than it's minimal design and the bridge laying robots
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Posted: Nov 14 2013, 04:09 PM


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The terminator MOC looks awesome! I would be really amazed it if it can walk...and shoot lazors! biggrin.gif
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Posted: Nov 15 2013, 01:18 AM


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Looking at the pictures, it does look like it could walk, assuming those gears aren't just for show. He mentioned in his comments he does have a MOC that walks. The one he demonstrated is all IR controlled I think, so if it the legs are motorized, he would have to be very skilled with the controller to make it walk.

I keep thinking a few color changes and a head redesign would make it an excellent giant robot Mata Nui.
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