I am proud to announce the availability of three new Minifigure Catalogs. The books are available from CreateSpace, Amazon and as a eBooks from Lulu. I am in particular happy to be able to offer the 2011 Minifigures as a new companion book. You do not need to purchase another big book, but you can simply update you reference with this series of annual catalogs. The Harry Potter and Star Wars catalogs are specifically targeted to collectors that focus their collections and who have no need for a complete overview.
The three new catalogs use a new and improved design that shows multiple photographs and the associated meta data right next to each other. A price guide will offer you insights into the rarity of the Minifigures.
- The 2011 LEGO Minifigure Catalog | Inlcudes all Minifigures of 2011
- The Star Wars LEGO Minifigure Catalog | Includes all Star Wars Minifigures between 1999 and 2011
- The Harry Potter LEGO Minifigure Catalog | Includes all Harry Potter Minifigures between 2001 and 2011
The App will also soon be updated to include the 2011 Minifigures. Stay tuned.
The NZ government declared that they want to merge three ministries, including Science and Innovation (MSI), into one super ministry. The last merger for MSI took more than a year to implement and during that time no funding proposals were accepted. I truly hope that this merger will not set research grants back by another year.
Our video entitled “Demonstrating Maori Haka with Kinect and Nao Robots” has received a Best-Video-Award at the HRI2012 conference. Congratulations to the team! The trophy is a gold painted KeepOn robot!