Build Upons: World’s Tiniest Light Up Bricks Kickstarter Now 100% Funded

Build Upons successfully funded their ongoing kickstarter and are bringing the world’s tiniest light up bricks compatible with LEGOTM to the market. Build Upons were 50% funded in two days. Many thanks to all of our supporters and the Kickstarter community for making Build Upons a reality. Reserve your Build Upons for the next 9 days here:

Build Upons are the latest toy in STEAM learning brought to you by a woman-owned company. Build Upons support learning through play. “I started Lunchbox Electronics because I wanted to establish an R&D company where I could create open source technology. Instead of dividing toy aisles by pink and not-pink, let’s focus on toys that promote learning through play,” says founder Alicia Gibb. “Build Upons, which are LEGO-compatible were created to light up your robot, house, spaceship or anything else you can imagine.”

The Build Upons system has three types of bricks: an LED brick, a power brick, and a bridge brick. Light the LED bricks by connecting them to a Power Brick – you can design pathways with as many Bridge Bricks as you need for ultimate flexibility. Build Upons LED bricks are based on 1×1 bricks to create elegant designs. You don’t need to know electronics to use these bricks, you simply build, just like you’ve always done and you will learn along the way. Build Upons bring a different solution to the market with ultimate flexibility and are smaller than the other light up bricks on the market.

About Lunchbox Electronics:

Lunchbox Electronics creates innovative new products with imagination and the passion for open source hardware. LBE combines the art and engineering of an R&D Lab with playful products. At LBE we believe that learning should be intuitive and fun – we are starting one LED brick at a time. Founded in New York City by Alicia Gibb, Lunchbox Electronics has specialized in themes encompassing nerdy technologies since 2012.

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