Brickit Aims to Bring High Tech Creativity to That Mess of Lego Bricks!

When my brother outgrew his LEGO bricks back in the early 90s, my mom had the foresight to pack them away for future generations. It’s quite amusing to see my son build things out of the same LEGO his uncle used (and see him occasionally texting my brother to ask why he drew his initials in all the roof pieces). Everyone has that big LEGO bin from years of accumulated bricks, and Brickit thinks they’ve cracked the way to inspire you to see potential in every mismatched choice.

Brickit app

Brickit is pretty simple; you scan your bricks, and it shows several categories of suggested builds as well as a step-by-step, all based on the bricks you have on hand. Their video shows how smooth and easy it is to come up with all sorts of new ways to juice your creativity:

Today, Brickit is rolling out powerful new machine learning and AI, some premium features, and a way to share your creations with the Brickit community, so be sure to check it out. I know we’ll be whipping the app out the next time we’re using LEGO bricks!

You can find Brickit on Android Play and in the iOS App Store. Happy building!

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8 Comments on "Brickit Aims to Bring High Tech Creativity to That Mess of Lego Bricks!"

  1. grover101 | June 7, 2022 at 12:40 am |

    I’m going to try this out. Thanks!

  2. We could use this for a children’s mass of disorganized Lego piece collection

  3. What a brilliant idea!



  6. This is a great idea! It’s impressive that they can identify all of your bricks and other Lego parts just from a picture of them spread out, whether or not the identification is done on their servers. I would like to know what the in-app purchases are for, as well as the “Scanner Pro” subscription mentioned for the iOS app.

  7. jenifergreenwell | June 14, 2022 at 6:13 pm |

    Perfect for my cousin’s kids! They have several thousand Lego bricks, and this app is genius!

  8. Creative idea! And so stepping on the pieces in the dark!

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