I agree I don't like 100 of the same modules to get a World Record, especially a Guinness World Record. Some of the same modules is ok, also depending what their purpose is. A stackable module is nice but it becomes awesome when you have plenty of them so one can build a real tall stack! Or two stacks to close a walk through gap. To to be able to do so you need a lot of modules.
On august 3rd I have uploaded a video of a GBC circuit. The miniature picture shows you my interpretation of one XL motor driving several modules.
And I also know it is very difficult to come up with a different module with new building techniques. It will almost always be a renewal of an existing one. Or using different parts to reach the same goal. I don't have the knowledge to create machines or modules in the way like Akiyuki does...
In a couple of days I will upload a video of last weeks event at Museum Buurtspoorwegen in Boekelo. In this video you can find a couple of new modules. When uploaded I will post a link here.
About LEGO World Copenhagen: for now I only know we are planning to do a new Guinness World Record and as Brickworld Chicago had 220 modules (if I counted the modules correctly from their video) we need to beat that!
For me it was not possible to attend to Brick in London this year. On www.GreatBallContraption.com I try to keep the list with upcoming events up to date with events I will be attending:
I love to see more people into GBC...