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Kubik’s first Mindstorms project

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Kubik celebrated his 8th birthday at the end of October. And the best birthday present? Lego Mindstorms! This is his first Lego Mindstorms entry. To make it, it took him A LOT of time. To be sure that the water does not destroy motors or brick, he decided to use rather small amount of water.
 

 

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  1. bbratzel

    Wow, Kubik! What an amazing first MINDSTORMS project! Every part of your project is impressive–the gripper, the sensor-controlled car, the pourer–and all of the pieces work together beautifully. Nice job explaining your mechanism and program, too!

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