Lego’s braille bricks prove that good things can be better


At some point in their lives, almost everyone I know has constructed entire worlds from LEGO, the foot pain-causing multi-colored bricks. So, it’s nothing but brilliant to see that Lego‘s looking to change more people’s childhoods through the announcement of Braille Bricks – a product to help blind children learn the writing system. They work like this. Instead of the normal dots (the company refers to them as “studs”) you see on top of Lego bricks, this version will be set-up with the same patterns as the Braille alphabet. Each brick will also have a printed letter or number, so…

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