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Date: Thu, 29 Jul 2021 15:33:24 +0000
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Several tech journals have just been extoling the AI-based app that scans your pile of Lego, then tells you not only suggested building ideas, but building instructions!
Available on iOS now, Android promised for the fall.
As if that weren't cool enough, when you've scanned a pile of bricks, the app will also show you where in the pile to find each part you'll need for your chosen creation!  Where was this when I was a kid? "Back in my day," we had to comb through Lego for hours looking for the right brick! Sifting through bricks makes that distinctive Lego sound, like a plastic waterfall. 

Henry M. Bass, Vice-President
New River Robotics Association< >
An approved 501(c)(3) organization dedicated to inspiring students through hands-on robotics

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