Beta 4 is now available for download at the website.. However, the site seems to be running Suuuuuppperrrrr slowwww something is wrong with it I think... Another thing I have to put on the list.. <sigh> ... See MoreSee Less
I'll look back on this photo one day in disbelief that I managed to pull it all off!! as will Bill L. Behrendt I'm sure.
According to tracking mine IS in there 😀
GET ‘EM DON!
Nice werk mate
Mine has a long way to go, but I hope it's there 🙂
Laredo Laredo Laredo Laredo hope mine is comming home
Dude, it has been so awesome to watch you move through this entire process, from prototyping to shipment. I am super excited to see what people end up doing with them. Such a wonderful thing to see one dude with the help of a handful of people realize something I have been wanting for years and years.
Still waiting for an in depth demo!! When you've time of course! Great work I wish the kordbot every success! !
hey i also got the mail 🙂
mine is somewhere in there.....
I was wondering how things would go. Turned out great huh.
I’m still waiting and have hope on the next shipping😉👍
I‘ve ordered mine on Nov. 19th. Any chance it‘s already shipped with this round?
Don looks like a legend, just look at that hair, and brads too
Well done Brad, but you look a right knob in that photo. xxx mart, kez and fredster. Trust all ok with you guys.😀👍❤️
Toa Mata Band Hello anyone, it's time for a new episode of Toa Mata Band, this one is called "Orkestrionicle". The Orchestrions were mechanic musical instruments that were developed in Germany in the early XIX century that would automatically play music and were designed to sound like an orchestra. These music machineries were made of a complex system of gears, pulley and levers which were operated by a large pinned cylinder or by a piano roll. Their sound was usually produced by pipes, percussion instruments, but many orchestrions contained a piano player as well. The 6th episode of Toa Mata Band is inspired by these amazing retro music machines, by adding to the LEGO® Bionicle robotic orchestra some acoustic percussions and a vintage mono synthesizer which creates (with help of a bunch of solenoids, robot-arm and a MIDI step sequencer) a fully-analogue electroacoustic ensemble. This piece is the results of a live-robotics set recording, mastered in post production. \\\ Thank you for watching and if you like this video you can find the previous episodes on my YouTube channel: www.youtube.com/user/opificiosonico /// #toamataband [°L°] #robots can #make you #dancing ... See MoreSee Less