No directions on how to build it, but show your kids this video, hand them some Lego and see what they can come up with.
At the builder, Bazmarc's, YouTube site he has this to say about himself:
Playing LEGO has always been a part of my life. Today as an adult i enjoy Lego Robotics building and programming. I studied in Industrial Engineering and have made a career in the Remote Technical Support Specialist field. I am an active member of QueLug - the Québec LEGO User Group - www.quelug.orgHere's the video:
Other interest is the use of Technology and LEGO robotics in the classroom. Teachers feel free to contact me to get or share ideas. Parent or kids don't hesitate to ask me any Lego related questions or advice I'd be happy to share my knowledge.
[via Brick Labs]
[Image captured from the YouTubeVideo:SpeedPod EXOFORCE LEGO PF; http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Jh30Kb0okbY]