(FOX NEWS) – Lego is making its playsets more inclusive.
The toymaker introducing audio and braille instructions for visually impaired builders.
The pilot program uses artificial intelligence to translate a toy’s visual instructions to text-based descriptions.
Kids then have two options to learn how to build the lego set. Either listening to audio directions online or reading them using a braille reader.
For now, the program only offers instructions on four different lego sets.
Depending on feedback, the company hopes to add more audio and braille instructions starting next year.