Called LEGO Bricks, this unique fan-made creation includes a wireless charging mat along with a dedicated platform for docking accessories such as lamps, speakers, and battery indicators, or building small dioramas with your own LEGO bricks. is included. Weird Revelation and Opinion – LEGO should fully enter the gadget and smart things industry. LEGO bricks are the first great example of why…
Designer: İbrahim Can Erdinçmer
LEGO Bricks are fun and quirky wireless chargers built on LEGO’s promise of endless modularity and customizability, but here’s the catch. Tech geeks and geeks also love modularity and customizability. I like the idea of building your own desktop, what components to put in it, when to upgrade, and replace when needed. That’s exactly why we loved his PhoneBloks concept so much (in which you could see his LEGO DNA perfectly). Essentially, LEGO Bricks are a perfect middle ground between Brickner and Techner’s favorite desktop accessories. It provides a clean square area for docking modules or displaying your assembly skills while utilizing your smartphone, watch or TWS earbuds. A coil under the brick area also powers the module, allowing it to run without additional cables/ports.
What sets LEGO Brick apart from the existing sea of wireless chargers is, most importantly, its playful charm. Bricks can not only personalize your workspace, but also add a touch of playfulness and whimsy. You can build scenes from your favorite movies, create bonsai trees, or build small structures. This square area is a canvas for creativity and fun and can be used for productivity (thanks to the modules) or playtime. Helps provide stress relief when work gets too hard and demanding, and doubles as the perfect fidget toy while you’re thinking of ideas.After all, Ed Sheeran is a hit He wrote the lyrics to Shape of You while playing with Lego bricks.
But LEGO bricks are more than just fun. It comes with unique modules that add a layer of productivity and functionality to your charging experience. The module is designed to draw power directly from the Brick platform and powers on instantly when plugged into the distinctive stud board. His three modules you see here are a cube lamp, a minimalist Bluetooth speaker, and a nifty battery indicator display. Off the top of my head, other modules could also be things like Apple Watch plug-in chargers, AA battery chargers, desktop clocks, OLED photo frames, and more.
Although completely conceptual, LEGO Bricks perfectly illustrate why LEGO is such a smart behemoth. It might take a little collaboration (IKEA has teamed up with Teenage Engineering and Sonos to develop their own smart home products), but it pushes LEGO into another realm of our lives with a touch of playfulness and playfulness. will be of great help. We’ve said before that LEGO bricks aren’t toys, they’re building blocks to unlock true creativity. Add some tech to it and there really is new territory for Lego to grow exponentially!