LEGO Helmet Adds Audio To Children’s Books

LEGO Helmet Adds Audio To Children’s Books

The helmet will read stories to children as they follow along with the book.

Dylan Schenker
  • 27 april 2011

Inspired by the LEGO magazines of his youth, designer Jonathan Robson has developed a new helmet that enhances a child’s reading experience. The space helmet, modeled after the same design that is worn by the LEGO figurines, functions as an audio headset that reads the child the stories as they follow along with the book. Audio files are stored on LEGO-brick USB sticks that plug into the back of the helmet.

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