LEGO Digital Designer (LDD) is a 3D CAD computer application that LEGO fans can use to design models from an unlimited supply of over LEGO bricks available in nearly every color, including minifigures and minifigure accessories, flexible tubes, and TECHNIC pieces. Loaded with features, the drawbacks are minor and this program is a lot of fun to use.
The graphics-intensive program seamlessly zooms in and out, rotates your point-of-view 360 degrees, connects bricks to each other, rotates them, and moves any hinges they might have so you can explore how your pieces fit together. Parts include basic bricks, model jet engines, and infrared sensors. The Brick Palette puts all your bricks in one basket, so to speak, so that managing them is no more difficult than keeping track of more than two dozen subpalettes that catalogue the variations.
- Preview your designed model with the help of the camera controls.
- Use mouse controls to change the position of your bricks.
- Users could take "screenshots" of their models and store the models on their computer in an .LXF file.
- Seventeen prebuilt models are included to help beginners.
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|Author:||The LEGO Group|
|Windows:||XP, Vista, 7, 8, 10|