Just released-- our new perimeter lighting kit for the LEGO Creator Ferris Wheel.
Quick demo of lighting LEGO vehicles wirelessly using a power transmission coil under a LEGO roadplate.
People sometimes use randomly flashing lights in their LEGO builds or lighting kits to simulate a real-world marquee. But there's nothing quite like actually having a marquee effect wired like in the real world-- using sequential LEDs and having a speed that can be controlled. Our real marquee kits will be coming soon, and once you see them in action, you'll never want to go back to randomly flashing lights again.
This video shows a quick demonstration of our wireless power transmitter/receiver pair mounted inside the LEGO Scooby Doo Mystery Machine van. No power source is located inside the van-- all power is delivered wirelessly through the baseplate beneath the van.
The wireless power transmitter/receiver pair sets are now available through our website: http://www.brickstuff.com/store/p93/SEED09
Don't just light your LEGO vehicle. Bring it to life! Our new vehicle lighting system features infrared control of realistic effects you can add to your setup. Using the remote, you can adjust details like headlight and brake light brightness and blinker flash rate. All settings are remembered when the power is turned off, so you only need to use the remote when you want to change a setting or mode.
Keep an eye on our website (www.brickstuff.com) for more details about this exciting new ...
Sometimes you need more than just lights! Some experiments with tiny motors-- after all, who doesn't want their LEGO models to fly?
What makes our lighting kit for the LEGO Ghostbusters Firehouse HQ set unique? Effects! We work hard to put unique features into our lighting kits that you won't find anywhere else. Here's a video from our friends at BrickNerd showing how easy it is to install lights in the Firehouse HQ using our kit, and the results are amazing!
This is a quick demo of a custom design we completed recently. What do you think? Would you like to see this as an off-the-shelf product? What would you change/add? Let us know!