Not really building so much lately, but nevertheless here are some photos. Sorry for the low quality, it was starting to get dark.
My normal working area to the left and my building area to the right.
The left drawers contain mostly halfwidth and fullwidth beams and some misc. parts. The right drawers contains axles, gears, connectors, pins, brushes and special parts. Middle drawers contains normal plates, for studded building. The two light-blue boxes contains studded beams and angled studless beams. (The blue can to the right is a "10 Lego Games collectors box" and a Spyder3 colorimeter underneath.)
- Two 24" 1920x1200 IPS monitors
- Logitech Illuminated keyboard
- Logitech G500 mouse
- Logitech Z-10 speakers
- Logitech 720p webcam, made in China (Well, I can't remember the model and that is the only info that is written on it...)
- Razer something headphones
- Intel Core 2 Duo E6750 @ 3.2Ghz
- 4GB RAM
- GeForce 560 Ti - Factory Overclocked
- 3.25 TB HDD (combined)
It is getting a bit old so I'm planning to upgrade within the next 6 months.
All Logitech products are connected through the USB hub in the left monitor. To the right of the right speaker there is a USB extender, which continues to the USB hub. So if I want to use my laptop instead of my desktop, I simply have to take the USB cable out of the extender and connect it to the laptop instead to get keyboard, mouse and sound working. (And connect it to a monitor of course.)
Some random Lego, I'm actually not sure what it is. Except for the black computer bag which contains all my Lego electronics, i.e. motors, cables, censors, RCX and so on.
The rest of my Lego is underneath my bed, you can see some of it in the previous photo.
(This is right behind my computer chair.)
Books at the bottom, Lego building instructions and misc. paperworks in the middle and random stuff (including my NXT apparently) and teddy bears at the top.
Games to the left, school books and laptop to the right. Well, the books for the courses during my previous semester, haven't bought the new ones yet. (For the interested, from left to right: "Essential C# 4.0", "Discrete mathematics and its applications" and "Computer Systems - A Programmer's Perspective")
My Off-roader at the top with the NXT taken out of it, still haven't programmed it yet. I need to finish this already, I want to continue with my next project... -__-