Pixel Heaven is a great retro-gaming, indie and demo scene event in Poland. It is being held for the 5th time, and this time there will be also Zbudujmy.to‘s exhibition there.
It is being held between 26 and 28 of May in Old Bus Depot, at Włościańska 52 str. in Warsaw, POLAND. Except usual attractions we will have town diorama 25 square meters in size, plus selection of game and geek related models especially build for the event. You will also be able to play with interactive brick models and build your own creations. We will also have resolution of our Brickheads contest, well at least the gaming part of it. The rest of the contest will be held online so if you want to take part in it there is still chance, here are the rules. If Polish is not your language and you want to take part, then let me know in the comments and i will explain it.
Crazy Builders will be also present there, and Jetboy will be giving out presentation about similarities of the demo scene and the AFOL world. This time presentation will be in Polish, but we are already thinking about making a version in English.
Event bricks are ready already:
As the event is taking place in the Bus Depot, we have also something built for that occasion by one of Zbudujmy.to forum members Pablo :
This is more for Polish readers, but if you want to come from abroad, you will be also very welcomed. Next week Zbudujmy.to is organizing another exhibition in Bytom/Poland. Entrance is free. More info on the poster below.
We will be there, so expect extended coverage within 2 weeks.
If you happen to be in Warsaw Poland next weekend (19-20 of November) you have to visit Zbudujmy.to’s 4th aniversary exhibition at Służewski Dom Kultury.
Except usual MOC show, there will be play zone, different contests and even some lectures (those unfortunately in Polish only). Either way there will be a lot of cool stuff to see and do, and a lot of Crazy Builders to meet.
Łódź is only about 2 hours away from Warsaw by train or car. It would be not wise to miss opportunity to visit AFOLs exhibition so close. Some friends, who are also members of LUGPol were driving there already to exhibit, so i got a lift (thank you BHs). It was not the biggest of their shows, but models presented were very nice, and atmosphere on the event was very welcoming and friendly.
So without too much rumbling, enjoy video from event:
There is also 3D version if you have 3d hardware, be it 3d googles, 3dTV or just plain anaglyph glasses. You can choose your option in the player if you follow this link.
And if you happen to have Nintendo 3DS, here is a file you can put on your device and see it on your 3DS. Right click on the link, select save, then copy it to your media folder on your Nintendo SD card. After you put the card back in your Niny, you can find GBC video in your camera app under view photos.
I would also want to thank all the exhibitors for presenting such a great set of MOCs, and a friendly atmosphere.
Last week i visited LUGPol’s exhibition in Łódzki Dom Kultury, in Łódź/Poland. The event was held in 2 medium halls where one of them was dedicated to MOC exhibition, and another one to kids play area, Brickwars and Mindstorms.
The event spanned entire weekend, but i only was there for the Saturday. Due to the Hot Sunny Weather attendance was a little bit low, but i heard it got better on Sunday which was colder and rainy. But the atmosphere inside was very friendly all the time. I was not the only visitor from another LUG there, except me there was also Mario from Brazil, and we were both taken care about like we were family members.
Łódź is known as a polish capital of animation, so there had to be some character known from Polish cartoons:
LUGPol has very strong Technic section, and they were racing with their truck all day. It was even possible to take part in the races and win prizes if you were just usual visitor.
There were also shows of Truck Trials, and a small GBC – i will post video of that later this week.
One of the highligts was Modular City Project. Most of the buildings were made especially for that occasion and some were really amazing (2 of them were even featured here). But for me the best part was to meet other builders and talk to the old and new friends.