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The swimming trophy

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Hugo Jiménez, 6 years old, thinks he deserves this trophy because he is very good in swimming. He used a motor and he added some Lego bricks more to improve his Lego trophy. He moved his motor pressing the keys and a funny thing while we recorded the video was that Hugo had hiccups.
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  1. jennygarlick

    Well done making such an excellent swimming trophy. The rotating blades on the motor are excellent and I like how you have used keyboard commands to control the motor direction and the sounds that the program makes. Thanks for posting.

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