For our final blog on LEGOWorld this week we thought we’d share some pictures of the event from behind our stand. As you can see, lots of people attending got hands-on with the LEGO® Education products and we had great fun demonstrating what they can do.
Here’s a selection of some photos from the event.
Looking forward to seeing everyone at another event soon!
LEGO® Education has been exhibiting at the LEGOWorld event in the Netherlands this week. Here’s a small selection of some of the other LEGO® MINDSTORMS® models that we saw on display at the event.
These have provided us with some great inspiration for models to develop in the office, we particularly like the crane and some of the models with caterpillar tracks. What’s the next model that you will develop with your class?
LEGO® Education has been exhibiting at the LEGOWorld event in the Netherlands this week. Another model that caught our eye was this awesome warehouse simulator that has been built using LEGO® MINDSTORMS®.
The size of it is enormous and using a simple interface users can control the model to pick items remotely from their designated storage areas. It’s just like a number of automated warehouses in use across the world, just on a slightly smaller scale.
How much time and money could a system like this save a company using a large warehouse as storage? Can your students work out the best way to arrange stock items?
LEGO® Education has been exhibiting at the LEGOWorld event in the Netherlands this week. One of the models that caught our eye was this fabulous chess set created using LEGO® MINDSTORMS®.
Could your class take on a LEGO MINDSTORMS chess set? If you were building a similar set, how would you design your LEGO MINDSTORMS chess pieces?