The brand's London store is the first to present the Mosaic Maker, a camera that scans people's faces and then makes a lego kit to build it

Lego fans in London, home to the largest lego store in Leicester Square, now have the opportunity to build their own faces out of the tiny colorful bricks.

For $125 costumers can step into this lego version of a photo booth called the Mosaic Maker, have their picture taken, and then be handed a set of legos to build a model of the portrait — all by the same machine. Just like in most photo booths, you get three shots at the perfect picture.

The kits are pre-made and all come with 4,502 pieces, but with a few changes the Mosaic Maker can produce a customized one almost instantly after rendering the mosaic version of someone's face.

To add to the fun, Lego has made the Mosaic Maker out of legos.

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Lego fans in London, home to the largest lego store in Leicester Square, now have the opportunity to build their own faces out of the tiny colorful bricks.

For $125 costumers can step into this lego version of a photo booth called the Mosaic Maker, have their picture taken, and then be handed a set of legos to build a model of the portrait — all by the same machine. Just like in most photo booths, you get three shots at the perfect picture.

The kits are pre-made and all come with 4,502 pieces, but with a few changes the Mosaic Maker can produce a customized one almost instantly after rendering the mosaic version of someone's face.