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With 10,000 support, it is confirmed that it will advance to the 3rd LEGO idea commercialization review review in 2021.MOTORIZED JOHNNY 5 : LEGO IDEAS Official Website

A curious robot whose habit is “Input” that appears in the hit movie “Short Circuit” released in 1986.

Although it has a charming design, it is larger than a human being, not a small robot, because it was developed as a military robot in the work.

 MOTORIZED JOHNNY 5 Achieves 10K Support on LEGO IDEAS

It is electrified with power function parts, and each part such as movement with tracks, inclination of head and torso, up and down arms, eyebrows, etc. can be controlled with the Powered Up app.

It is mainly composed of technique parts, and ordinary blocks (system) are also used to enhance the design.

 MOTORIZED JOHNNY 5 Achieves 10K Support on LEGO IDEAS

 MOTORIZED JOHNNY 5 Achieves 10K Support on LEGO IDEAS

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Can pass the Review?

The designer RJ BrickBuilds has published other working designs.

I think that works that run on power functions and apps are a genre that I want to spread even more as Lego. The short circuit seems to have been popular at the time of its release, and it seems to be a good subject for such products.

However, it seems to be difficult to commercialize because it is very similar to the robot Bernie of “Lego Boost He is Creative Box 17101” released by Lego.

LEGO IDEAS 2021 3rd Review Summary

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Summary for 2021 3rd review

36 WorksThe entry for the 3rd LEGO Ideas Commercialization Review in 2021 with 36 entries was closed on January 10, […]

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