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  • Lego fuses real world and digital play
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Lego fuses real world and digital play

Bridging the gap between virtual and physical play, Lego has created a game called Fusion that merges real-world brick building with tablet-app play. It lets kids build an object with Lego bricks and then take a picture of the design to continue playing with it in the virtual world.

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