Jonathan Robson Designs a LEGO Helmet That Reads to Kids

By: Matt Ho - Published: Apr 26, 2011 • References: jonathanrobson & technabob
Who doesn't recognize the helmet commonly seen on the LEGO spaceman? Jonathan Robson liked it so much, he decided to make a real one!

Jonathan Robson has created a life-size version of the LEGO helmet. It has the white color with the gold visor, but this creation is more than just a piece of headgear. Robson has integrated speakers on the side and a USB plug-in on the back of the item. The idea is to let kids use the helmet as a headset to listen to audio for LEGO comics. They just have to subscribe to LEGO audio, receive the comics that come with the pin activation and download it to the USB. It's a fun, interactive idea that will be popular among kids with big imaginations. Stats for Story-Telling Headgear Trending: Older & Average
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