The LEGO Robotic Session is a project between the three (and arguably best) Japanese mecha builders: kwi-chang, Moko, and izzo. So far as I can tell, one of them builds a segment and posts it in the gallery so that the next can rebuild it and the next segment. They just finished their second session:

I haven't been able to read Brothers Brick lately so I hope they haven't already posted this! `-`

Oh, and remember Happy Robot Day? Meet Angry Robot.


Lukas said...

Wow this is really cool... nice find Jacob!

Unknown said...

Nope, hadn't gotten to this yet myself. And you got all the details right -- without reading Izzo's Japanese blog post, I assume. Great job!

(Any technical reason you haven't been able to read TBB? Just want to make sure it's nothing on our end.)

Anonymous said...

I wish I could read Japanese! But you covered the LRS in way more detail than I did.

For some reason, I couldn't connect to the TBB server. When I tried to navigate to it, I couldn't even get a loading bar. My best guess is something to do with the servers location in relation to me, but that doesn't make sense.

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