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Legoland technology

Here are some “teardowns” and tech pictures from Legoland. Trains seem to be battery powered, charged on station. Cars seem to be battery powered charged with wires on ground at charging stops. Inside car cases built of Legos there seems  to be normal RC servos and other RC car stuff. How they follow their programmed

Lego Mindstorms and a hot glue gun combined to build a 3D printer – Geek

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Measuring the Plank Constant With Lego

Something for the weekend: Measuring the Plank Constant With Lego tells how you can do science experiment with LEGO. A Watt balance looks like a double-armed scale where one weight can be compared to another weight of known mass. Instead of using two arms, a Watt balance only has one arm, brought into balance by a