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Daniel McShanBy Daniel McShan
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Daniel McShanBy Daniel McShan
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$9,715
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Funding Unsuccessful
The project's funding goal was not reached on Fri, October 11 2013 12:52 AM UTC +00:00

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    1. Troy Hipolito on

      Interesting concept. You may make more money if you thought about it as a business .

      I see great possibilities for marketing.

      For example we are updating a Lego type of project for higher end clients. You see we make apps, social games, design and all that for our clients.

      So we provided a little box that had a little office in it. It was called the ISO Interactive Mimi office.

      We just cannibalised a number Lego box sets and repackaged and redesigned them. They were on sale so we saw an opportunity.

      The new version will be professionally produced (a little slicker) and have a mini video player to show off a company showreel.

      Any way - my point is for clients that is a special piece and unique leave behind.

      So the client will probable keep it in their desk and remember us. And that brings in work.

      What if your Lego BRYX could some how send and receive info. Maybe some way to update sound. Maybe a voice recording, or seasonal holiday tune, or even a way they could connect directly to you via tweet or something.

      Take a peek at the prototype Mimi office and get back to is if you like to discuss.

      ISO Mini office version 1: http://archive.isointeractive.com/index.asp…

      Contact me directly at troy@isointeractive.com

      Thanks
      -Troy

    2. Tech Enthusiast on

      I love the concept of programmable lego. You could also build an ANT/BT4.0 brick using an nRF51922, ANT would get us BRYX that talk to each other, and with ANT coexistence we could have hundreds of BRYX communicating simultaneously =D.

      Plus it doesn't hurt that Samsung is adding ANT to their latest products it seems.

      http://www.engadget.com/2013/09/06/samsung-galaxy-note-10-1-2014-edition-reaches-the-fcc/

      http://www.digitaljournal.com/pr/1452312

    3. The Art Factory on

      lovely.. legos are so awesome, especially considering the technical and robotics aspects... your project brings them so much farther than they were before you made this... wow. thank you.