LEGO® sets have played a significant role in my life, from my childhood up to the present. They’ve significantly contributed to my motor skills, fueled my imagination, deepened my interest in technology, sparked my passion for collecting and even my interactions with friends, including my little sister. As a devoted LEGO® enthusiast and collector, I owe a great deal to these iconic plastic bricks.
Having personally witnessed the benefits of LEGO® sets and gaining insights into how LEGO® enhances tactile learning through the “LEGO® Braille Bricks” course, I was well aware of its tremendous potential to benefit my visually impaired friends. Using these benefits of LEGO®, I thought about how I could make a useful social contribution, so I reviewed previous research, examined existing patents and reviewed pilot studies. After making these assessments, I decided to develop an application that:

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