Artículos editados en la revista HispaBrick Magazine
One of the goals of the HispaBrick Magazine® community is to build large dioramas about different LEGO® themes. In order to be able to make those dioramas all together, in an organised way, we decided to establish a set of rules. Those rules are going to be described here and in the next issues of the HispaBrick Magazine.
By Legotron (A. Bellón)
By Ashley Green and Jenny Smart
Ashley Green has been running LEGO Therapy sessions at Cruckton Hall School near Shrewsbury, England since 2008. Until recently, Jenny Smart was his teaching assistant. One of Ashley’s students, 13-year-old Thomas Herbert-Jones (pictured above between Ashley and Jenny), is now acting as his assistant. Jenny is now a support worker in a college for young adults with disabilities, and is also studying for a BA (Honours) in Childhood and Youth Studies. Ashley has been a MINDSTORMS enthusiast since 1998 and served on the MINDSTORMS Developer Program for the NXT robotics system in 2006. He is a LEGO Education UK Ambassador and has been heavily involved in both FIRST LEGO League and RoboCupJunior for the past decade.
Designing the EV3 Education Core set
Interview with Lee Magpili, lead designer of the set
By HispaBrick Magazine®
Pictures by Lee Magpili
August 1 is the official release date of the 45544 LEGO MINDSTORMS Education EV3 Core set. To celebrate this fact and to show you a bit more about what you will find in this set and how it was put together, HBM talked to the lead designer for this set. In case you haven’t heard of him before, let me introduce you to Lee Magpili. You may have seen some of his other creations, like VALENTINE, the red dragon that was shown at LEGOWorld Copenhagen and EVAN the EV3 android that has been travelling along with the EV3 Education presentations to different events.
LEGO® Education StoryStarter
Pictures by LEGO Education
LEGO Education is putting the finishing touches to a brand new product, designed as a hands-on approach to creative writing and storytelling
Once upon a time… four easy words to get a story started, but they are only the beginning. I still remember the horrible moments that seemed to stretch out to an eternity whenever we got a writing assignment in primary school and I simply didn’t have a clue as to how to get the story going. So how do you get a story started, and, of equal importance, how do you give it a good ending? LEGO Education has the answer and it’s called StoryStarter.
By HispaBrick Magazine
By Steven Marshall
LEGO® Idea House
The LEGO Museum, a walk through of the company
Text and pictures by lluisgib