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Questions regarding LEGO retail outlets owned by The LEGO Company and the LEGO Online store.
Laboratory Virtual Instrument Engineering Workbench (LabVIEW) is a system-design platform and development environment for a visual programming language from National Instruments.
LEGO Pneumatics use air pressure and specialised components to perform various actions.
Collectable Minifigures (branded as Lego Minifigures) are minfigures sold randomly in polybags in series.
the term used for building with techniques to change the brick(s) direction.
Anything that relates to the LEGO bricks capacity of withstanding wear and tear or decay.
a development environment that can be used to program LEGO RCX, NXT and EV3 (as well as VEX, RCX, and Arduino robots) using a programming language based on the C programming language.
12V was a voltage standard for LEGO Trains sets from 1969-1993. It is no longer used in any modern products by LEGO.
Questions regarding the Space theme
A Debian Linux distribution that runs on LEGO MINDSTORMS EV3. Visit http://www.ev3dev.org for more information.
To guide the course of (something in motion) by a rudder, helm, wheel, etc.
A service provided by LEGO group for ordering individual bricks and other LEGO pieces.
Questions about LEGO advent calendars.
A railway in which the track consists of a single rail, typically elevated and with the trains suspended from it.
Building at a much smaller than standard minifigure scale. Official sets at micro-scale are often labelled "mini".
Focusing on a series of playable games of different types, all of which use Lego bricks, and use the Lego concept of building to encourage players to change adapt the rules of the games.
Questions regarding the weight of a LEGO brick, set, or instruction booklet.