Identify any Lego brick in the blink of an eye
Thanks to Artificial Intelligence, Piqabrick instantly identifies Lego bricks’ code, simplifying the long-lasting operations of searching and sorting.
In a split second, and with just one photo, Piqabrick identifies any brick and offering lot of features.
13 days ago
PIQABRICK Brick Scanner Launches on Kickstarter!
While I was at BrickCon 2019, I was pulled aside by a couple of AFOLs and asked: "What would you think about an app that could scan and identify a part?" My answer was pretty quick - that would be a great app to have and it could be done if there was a developer that was interested.
Piqabrick: Part identification system
Wouldn't it be great if you could take a photo of an unknown LEGO piece, upload it somewhere and have it identified for you? That's exactly what Piqabrick, a project that's just launched on Kickstarter , sets out to deliver.
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13 days ago
It addresses a need almost all adults working with LEGO have all the time. And offers a simple yet elegant solution.
10 days ago
Really cool! Just pledged. Can the inventory that you create like this, be exported to BSX file for easy processing in BrickStock? That would be really handy. When you need help building/testing it let me know!
7 days ago
thanks for the pledge! we'll define all the export formats with beta-testers during the development. Any help is appreciated so just jump into the Piqabrickers group on FB to give us your suggestions!!
5 days ago
Thanks so much
for hunting us! As you know, we started the Piqabrick project to help any Lego lover save time identifying and sorting bricks so they can focus on what they love more: building! Thanks to computer vision, Piqabrick identifies any brick in the blink of an eye. It is the first Lego identifier, it will be forever-free, and lightning-fast. And now it is finally on Kickstarter. PIQABRICK relies on DART (Direct Acquisition and ReTrieval), Getcoo’s proprietary Artificial Intelligence, already adopted in industry and tourism. PIQABRICK is made of two parts: the PIQABRICK BOX and the web dashboard. The first one consists of a USB camera and LED (to provide the correct illumination) mounted on top of a box made by LEGO® bricks. The box has precise dimensions (16x16 brick units wide and 12 brick units tall), but it is fully customizable by the user with his/hers own bricks (as long the internal dimension are kept, the color of the bricks does not matter). The PIQABRICK BOX is connected to a PC via USB and does not require any installation. To identify a brick, down to its ID and color code, just put it into the box! The web dashboard controls the camera in the PIQABRICK BOX for the brick identification. Once the brick is identified the dashboard provides the links to the LEGO marketplaces to easily buy/sell the brick and to manage the personal inventory. With PIQABRICK, Lego lovers can save time in the brick identification and the personal inventory management. The computer vision speeds up the buying/selling activity on the specialized marketplaces. With less time needed for searching, sorting and inventorying, more time to play, build, and have fun! PIQABRICK: identifies any brick down to the ID and color code speeds up the identification with computer vision identifies minifigs as well suggests similar bricks (by code or color) provides “appear in” functionality (list of sets in which a brick appears) provides “rebrick” functionality (list of sets one can build with the bricks in his/her inventory) PIQABRICK is the first LEGO identifier, forever-free, and lightning-fast. Identify any Brick in the blink of an eye. Now on Kickstarter. More info:
13 days ago
Hope you guys find it awesome as we do, please let us know your feedback about the Piqabrick and spread the word!
13 days ago