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Registration is now closed.
Each time you click a button in the web registration form, you automatically return to the top of the web form. Hopefully this will not be too inconvenient for you.
Early registration ended on May 8th 2014.
Please notice that student rate requires documentation, which you will have to submit by the time of registration. Please mail documentation of your student status to email@example.com otherwise you will be charged full price when you attend the conference.
Workshops are only for invited attendees who have an accepted position paper. Please also note that all workshop participants must register for both the workshop and the main IDC 2014 conference.
The conference dinner is included in the conference fee, but you still need to sign up for it.
You can buy an extra conference dinner ticket if you want to bring a guest.
LEGO workshop day on June 20th
On the last day of the conference there will be busses taking you to the LEGO workshop day at LEGO HG in Billund.
During this day it will be possible for a limited number of people to attend a guide tour at LEGO Idea House OR a guided tour at LEGO Factory.
Please notice that you cannot attend both the guided tour at LEGO factory and the guided tour at LEGO Idea House (it is either or) 150 people can sign up for a guided tour at LEGO Idea House and 50 people can sign up for a guided tour at LEGO factory (first come, first served).
Tour in the LEGO Factory, Billund
The Kornmarken factory’s main building is 480 m long and is made up of 12 modules. Each module houses approx. 65 injection moulding machines, and the Kornmarken factory has a total area of more than 62,500 m². The factory employs 800 people.
The Moulding Factory is where all LEGO® bricks and minifigures are moulded. LEGO elements and parts are transferred from the warehouse to other LEGO production departments for assembly, decoration and packing.
Although in 1947 most people doubted that plastic would ever replace wood, LEGO System that year bought its first injection moulding machines. Production of 4 and 8 stud bricks began in 1949, and in 1958 the company began manufacturing its familiar bricks with the interlocking tubes inside. LEGO bricks are manufactured in Billund, Monterrey in Mexico, Nyíregyháza in Hungary and Kladno in the Czech Republic.
Tour in the LEGO Idea House, Billund
The LEGO Group´s historical department, the LEGO Idea House, is where you can learn the amazing story of a family belief in an idea, the meaning and the substance of the LEGO ® name and brand and our reason for being.
Through a tour in the historical exhibition you will learn the milestones of how the LEGO Group through three generations of family ownership has grown from a small local company into one of the world´s leading providers of creative, developmental play materials.