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  1. Looks good. Is it possible to attach two of the parts to one coupler to have four wires (required for data transfer like I²C)?
  2. They have more friction (which is a problem in curves) and they can derail at the slightest hill because they can't rotate vertically.
  3. Are you sure that it would work well? In my experience the normal turntables don't work very well for that purpose.
  4. For those of you who want to play it in (almost) Full HD on PC (there is a bug with that you can't agree to the changes in the settings): 1. start the game, wait until you are in the menu and exit it properly 2. Go to %appdata%\Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment\LEGO City Undercover 3. Change the following lines (might work for other resolutions, too): ScreenWidth 1920 ScreenHeight 1080 WindowWidth 1920 WindowHeight 1079 4. delete the "CachedShaders" folder 5. Start the game You can change the resolution ingame, too but you will probably get a black screen at 1080p. The first cutscene seems to be directly taken from the original game and thus has only a decent quality.
  5. Aren't both the same?
  6. I think so. But it was just driving some agricultural machines around at one "height". But the models were 3D and you could drive anywhere you wanted.
  7. I'm pretty sure that farming simulator 2012 came before the chase begins :P
  8. Yeah, you can probably store the current waggons, the load of the waggons and whatever. A few numbers should fit into the storage. But you could also use lego dimensions NFC tags. They probably fit directly under the train and they already have studs to attach them.
  9. I think that NFC could be very well used for the trains itself, not only for display purposes. You could register wagons to engines, you could distinguish different engines from each other on a relieable way etc. if every engine had it's own rewritable NFC tag.
  10. Or he could use an adapter cable (lego sells two different lengths: 8886 and 8871).
  11. Reminds me a bit of what happened with lego the hobbit where they announced a DLC for the last movie that never came. Let's hope that they try to fix as many bugs as possible until the final release. It would be sad to see the game abandonned with the current bugs.
  12. It's a complete open world. You can't access everything in the beginning (probably so that you can get used to the game without forgetting where you have to go) and the game tries to move you to continue with the story but you aren't forced to do it. You can run around in the world after completing the game. Some quests are on the open world but there are some old school levels, too. It's a relatively large world but they cheated a bit (there is a mountain that you can't fly over and there is a bay in the middle of the map). Still I'd say that it's larger than the world of lego marvel super heroes. You have to complete the story and the side quests to reach 100%. But the side quests can become a bit repetetive and some of them are that you have to collect something etc.
  13. It's probably sufficient to use the 5V output as the new power supply. The max output values normally only apply for the input/output pins.
  14. The education version is already out: wedo 2.0. It probably runs on less than 9V, the rechargable battery is included into the set. It uses BLE (bluetooth low energy) for communications. Currently there are no train motors avaible in the system.
  15. Personally I prefer american disel trains over european disel trains although I'm from Europe. They are just prettier. I think that the maersk train looks much better than a european train would do. But I think that the old BNSF and the santa fe trains look really great, too. I didn't buy the HE because it just doesn't look as pretty as both of the other trains to me and it doesn't have this character with all the small details of the emerald night or the maersk train.