Developed by Austria-based Andreas Pockberger, the 'BlueSmartControl' Lego system is intended to help offer enhanced control that's smartphone-centric. Using a series of low-voltage bills, users can create imaginative scenes using Lego or FischerTechnik building blocks that can then be controlled via their smartphone.
The system works by incorporating a series of controllers for users to incorporate into their models to help create sets that operate with enhanced control. The 'BlueSmartControl' Lego system is currently being funded on Kickstarter where users can pick up a pack to suit their design projects, large or small in size.
The 'BlueSmartControl' system was designed with power efficiency in mind to ensure that all the components in the system would operate with as little voltage as needed.
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