LEGO building block caps for iPhone by KBme2
LEGO building block caps for iPhone by KBme2 LEGO building block caps for iPhone by KBme2
jun 07, 2013

LEGO building block caps for iPhone by KBme2

lego building block caps for iPhone by KBme2
all images courtesy KBme2



using the iPhone as a platform to revive those LEGO pieces stored away somewhere in the attic, tawiwanese design group KBme2 have developed ‘ brick lighting caps’ – connector pieces that link LEGO bricks together with any iDevice. the plug allows one to let their imagination go wild – enabling users tho create their own unique individual accessories for what ever the occasion may be.

LEGO building block caps

build with old LEGO pieces

works with iPhone 5

add character to your phone



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  • So now we need KBme2 to produce an “app” that allows an iPhone user to photograph a group of LEGO blocks and then suggest building plans for those blocks.

    Philip says:

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