Chrome Experiment Brings Interactive Legos to Tablet and Smartphone Browsers

Chrome Experiments are usually a lot more fun than most Chrome apps, and this Lego Builder is no exception. The browser-based Lego world is fun and easy to manipulate – you can change the colors of the pieces and move them into place with ease. After you’re done, just publish it to a real world location of your choice on Google Maps. The best part about the build? You can use your fingers and a touchscreen.

The experiment has been available to Australians since 2012, but now it’s here, and we agree with Google, ” the creative freedom of LEGO bricks shouldn’t be limited to plastic bins.” To view previous creations, you can see this blog post from the Australian team.