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The bullet trophy

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Hugo Navarro, 8 years old, thinks he is very good in robotics and a great Lego builder, so this is the reason to get this trophy. A big bullet, don't you think so? As you can see the bullet has different speeds depending on the key he presses.

 

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2 Comments

  1. bbratzel

    Great idea to have a trophy that turns a different speeds and directions depending upon which button is pushed. I love all the shapes and colors you included in your bullet.

  2. jennygarlick

    Very impressive trophy with the rotating bullet. I like how you control the rate it spins using key board commands and the flashing lights are great. Thanks for sharing your project with us.

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