LEGO is one of the most recognized toy companies in the world and many of us have enjoyed their popular buildable parts sets.
However, on many occasions we have run out of ideas and we no longer know what to build. Fortunately, technology can help us with this problem.
Brickit is an application that scans the LEGO pieces that we have through augmented reality and indicates as a suggestion all the constructions that we can make with them.
Thus, the application can serve as a scanner or manual for those who want to create a complex structure with the parts available.
The scan is fairly quick and easy and takes just a few seconds. The result is displayed through a menu with all the options that the user can set.
In addition, once the person has chosen one, the platform displays a manual to facilitate its construction. Brickit is showing in real time where each of the pieces that are needed goes, this is of great help, especially when we have a large number of pieces.
This application has been developed by a group of fans, and not by the original company, it is still a good way to unlock our minds when we no longer know what else to build.
This is no small thing, considering that today’s LEGO games are becoming more and more complex.
For now, this useful app is available for iOS only, but Brickit explains on its website that it should soon work on Android as well.