Robert Munafo's LEGO® Creations
This page shows some of my LEGO® and LEGO® Mindstorms models.
The term "constructopedia" was first used  by Seymour Papert, a founder of the MIT Media Lab. The word "mindstorms" appeared in the title of his 1980 book, Mindstorms: Children Computers and Powerful Ideas
: Abstract for NSF award number 9553474, "Technological Fluency and the Representation of Knowledge""
LEGO® creations index
The graph paper in my newer photos is ruled at a specing of 1 LSS, which is about 7.99 mm.
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This page was written in the "embarrassingly readable" markup language RHTF, and was last updated on 2016 May 15. s.11