Bricks for the Blind

One of the sets with text instructions for blind builders.

Bricks for the Blind provides text, audio, and braille instructions for LEGO sets that allows blind and visually impaired people to build LEGO sets independently.

They currently provide text-based instructions for eighty LEGO sets available to download and enjoy for free. Among them are sets from the following themes: Harry Potter, Disney, Star Wars, City, Architecture, DUPLO, Avatar, Technic, and more! The sets range in size from under 100 pieces to well over 1,000, so there are options for both beginners and experts alike.

Inspired by the work of Bricks for the Blind, LEGO has also launched their own Audio and Braille Building Instructions site with even more sets to choose from.

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