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MINDSTORMS at LEGO WORLD Copenhagen 2015

LEGO WORLD was a blast this year, last time I was invited there was in 2012 with my large WALL-E5 transforming robot.  This time I showed up with the large R2-EV3, small QUIZ-E (son of wall-e) and Andy's CREEP3R from Minecraft.



The MINDSTORMS booth was right beside the red brick section the contrast was awesome.


My friends Vassilis, Anika, Simon, Mike, Lasse & Kenneth, Martyn & Eric, Lee, Harald and Nicolai where also there with their robots and for the first time we thought of taking a group photo with all of the robots.


We also had a group of Danish FLL kids helping us out. Here Yohannes is taking ownership of R2-EV3 and loving every moment of it;


Half of the event we brought CREEPER at the official LEGO MINDCRAFT booth where he was a total success.


Here a light weight stunt lady is testing Simon's Hov3rboard;


There was also a very popular CODING  section managed by the FLL kids;



Even Laurens Valk self Balenc3r was with me and many visitors took note of his website from his book on display at the booth;


 


The last day was really special as we got the visit of Kjeld Kirk Kristiansen  
Seen here with Cubestormer.


And then at Vassilis table;
 He even came by my table ;)

 And then before he left and because we all wanted a souvenir of this unique moment i managed to get him into the most epic MINDSTORMS group photo ever !!!


There is so much i would want to share with you these 4 days went by so fast let me leave you with a cute picture of Casimir, our youngest MINDSTORMS EXPERT to date!! 




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