Brickit gives you ideas and tools to build new creations with your Lego bricks:
1. Tell us what bricks you have. Find the sets you have at home and mark them — it will help us understand what bricks you own.
2. Get fresh building ideas. We'll show you what to build with the bricks you have. Robots, kangaroos, х-wings, and more!
3. Assemble step by step. Choose the idea that catches your fancy and follow our handy instructions.
Disclaimer: Brickit was created by fans and is not an official LEGO® product. The LEGO Group of companies does not sponsor or support Brickit.
A small technical update that speeds up the application
Ratings and Reviews
Amazing idea that I hope continues to be improved.
A friend sent me a TikTok video that demoed this app and I couldn’t wait to dump out my son’s Legos to give it a try.
So the verdict is… it’s interesting. A lot of pieces were misidentified, which isn’t that shocking. Maybe I could do a bit better on lighting or spreading things out. Using multiple images might make this process more reliable. Color is ignored, which is ok sometimes, but other times not so much, particularly with a simple model like a flower or a flamingo. The most frustrating thing though, is that I can’t seem to filter to models which I have all the pieces for. They aren’t even sorted based on completeness, so there can be a lot of scrolling to find something you can actually build.
Still though, it is an amazing idea and one that I hope continues to be improved on.
This is a great app to catalog your Lego pieces if you buy them in sets, and the app lets you know what you can build with all the pieces you have. However, I wish there’s a feature that will tell me which set(s) a block is from, since some of the blocks I need to build a new model may be in use in something I already built. The beta version is pretty neat but for it to work well you really need to place your blocks carefully, difficult when you have a lot of blocks.
Hot Dog AND *Not* Hot Dog!
So, this is a cool tech demo. But it doesn’t do what it says on the tin. It gave us a list of 31 things we “could build”. First thing that was obvious is that it’s not paying attention to the brick color…which the walkthrough kind of suggested, so, eh…fine (though when it suggests a rainbow colored popsicle or pencil with black+white end and yellow body…well, that doesn’t really work). But that’s not really the problem. The problem is that several of the pieces needed to build the whatever are not in the scan AND IT KNOWS THAT, but suggested them anyway. When you start working through the instructions it says “Not found in scan” and the part is greyed out in the directions. So, “Not Hot Dog!” Basically even if the tech works perfectly you got disappointed kids. Kudos, but don’t oversell with the hopes of going viral for 15 minutes of fame.
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