Toy Fair: Toys to Travel With! *notcot in playful , 11:20 This post is presented by HomeAway. Discover the world’s largest selection of vacation home rentals with HomeAway.com. Let’s stay together. While i’ve seldom had the traditional “family vacation” as a kid ~ talking to NOTlabs director, Shawn, i found out that he knows HomeAway well! Apparently his mom’s been booking everything from houses in the Rockies, French Quarter in New Orleans, and Utah Ski trips on the site ~ and they often associate family vacations with insane jigsaw puzzles and toys… so when HomeAway asked us to share some awesomeness around family travel… adventures at the NY International Toy Fair seemed like a perfect fit!
FatBrain Toys ~ even more fun in person… so much color, products feel great in hand… and TURTLES! Also other simple, pretty yet fun toys! One of the “OMG we need these!” You can see a peek at some of the various types of pieces in the corner! … incredible to get to see one of their BIG big ones in action at the show! Expired patent of the day: Lego. Brick 2x3 = 16 by cunicode. System, Duplo et Quatro. Depuis 2004 sont apparues les briques Quatro®, deux fois plus grandes que les briques Duplo, 4 fois plus que les briques System : Il existe aussi des plaques (uniquement System et Duplo)
Résultats Google Recherche d'images correspondant à. Brick 2x3 = 16 - cunicode. Le forum francophone sur les jouets Lego. Lego-maniac a écrit: En fait mon soucis c'est que je n'arrive même pas à apprécier les dimensions de ses créations.Je suis complètement perdu dans l’échelle et apprécie la construction UNIQUEMENT par son aspectesthétique et non technique.Si en plus il est fort en technique moi j'abandonne !
Moi aussi j'adooore la beauté de ses créations, la créativité technique c'est la - grosse - cerise sur le gâteau. Reference Catalog - Search Results for Modulex. Brick Fetish. In the early 1960’s Godtfred was building a new house and, naturally, he tried to model the structure with Lego bricks.
The problem was that the Lego brick, with an aspect ratio of 6:5, was different than standard European construction modules of 1:1. Rather than contend with the problems of using regular Lego bricks he simply had new, special bricks molded for him. Bricks that would allow him to more closely copy his architectural plans. These new bricks were based on a 5mm cube (1:1) and were about 5/8 the size of a standard Lego brick. After he finished his house model, Godtfred began to investigate the possibility of marketing these elements to architects and planners. The M20 System The M20 system, their first product, was intended for architectural modelling and consisted of a range of bricks, slopes, tiles, baseplates, windows and letter tiles based on the 5mm cube and intended for 1:20 scale building (hence the name M20).
Bricks.argz.com. Fun with LEGO® Modulex bricks. Shopping Cart Woes Our Shopping Cart plugin is (still) not functioning correctly.
Everything You Need To Move Beyond Lego. May 2013. I believe this is the first review I write for SmartGames.
As I've been saying in past reviews I love multi-challenge games, not just from ThinkFun, which might be the most popular, but from other brands as well. In fact, SmartGames has one of my absolute favorites, Oskar's Anti-Virus, which I'll be reviewing soon. Today, I will be talking about IQ-Twist, a very clever highly addictive puzzle game. The IQ-Twist can be simply described as a 100 packing puzzles in 1. Since I'm a big fan of packing puzzles, you can imagine how cool I think this game is. The game has a very interesting and practical design, perfect for your travels. The rules of the game are very simple. There are five difficulty levels. Since the difficulty is relative to your packing skills, the time to solve each challenge will vary greatly.
Closing Comments: The IQ-Twist is a superb puzzle game. Availability: You can find the IQ-Twist at Sloyd.fi for about €13. Lego dimensions: the measurements. Search Thingiverse. The Free Universal Construction Kit. Ever wanted to connect your Legos and Tinkertoys together?
Now you can — and much more. 3D-printed adapter bricks allow interconnection between ten kids' construction toys. Golan sez, "The Free Universal Construction Kit is a collection of adapter bricks that enable complete interoperability between ten popular children’s construction toys.
By allowing any piece to join to any other, the Kit encourages totally new forms of intercourse between otherwise closed systems—enabling the creation of previously impossible designs, and ultimately, more creative opportunities for kids. As with other grassroots interoperability remedies, the Free Universal Construction Kit implements proprietary protocols in order to provide a public service unmet, or unmeetable, by corporate interests. " F.A.T. Lab and Sy-Lab are pleased to present the Free Universal Construction Kit: a matrix of nearly 80 adapter bricks that enable complete interoperability between ten* popular children’s construction toys. LEGO® CUUSOO.