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We're thrilled to see that over 200 wonderful entries have already been submitted to the LEGO Rebrick "Build Your Favorite Adventure Time™ Character" contest that has been running for the last few weeks.
Unfortunately, all good things must come to an end, as the judges do need to decide on a few winners at some point!
If you've still got some ideas brewing in your mind, now is the time to get them created in brick form and submitted as the deadline for entries closes on the 10th of February at 10:00 a.m. EST. You've got just 2 short days to go!
We've gathered a few of the most recent entries. Check them out and submit your own on LEGO Rebrick.
Desert Troll by lhelm
Flame Princess (Phoebe) by ElijahMize
006 - Queen Kyandi by Aoi7702
Gumball Guardian by Tristan2546Read post
We know that, as with all review result announcements, you all are waiting in anticipation and counting the days until the next one. While we strive to be able annouce these results at consistent dates throughout the year, bumps in the road do occur when dealing with things that are outside of what we can influence and control.
This means we're a little behind, as we would have liked to reveal the results around the end of January or start of February. Don't worry though, the results are coming. In fact, we'll be shooting our video in early February and expect to have the video and results ready for your viewing pleasure toward the end of the month!
The good news is...we've got good news! ;-)
Yesterday we launched the LEGO Creator 3in1 Fourth Build Challenge on LEGO Ideas Test Lab. You won't want to miss out on this building challenge with cool LEGO Creator prizes, and a chance to help test new LEGO Ideas features. The Challenge, which is now open, is accepting entries through to February 21st. After that, you can follow the entries through the various phases and help choose the four winning models. Winners will receive LEGO brick prizes and we will feature some in the LEGO Life magazine and app.
When you're not building a Fourth Build for the challenge itself, you can engage with other Test Lab members through the Community Café or engage in small, fun activities.
Throughout the Challenge, we'll listen to your feedback on LEGO Ideas Test Lab in the dedicated feedback forum. Your input will help influence future upgrades to LEGO Ideas.
See you inside!
LEGO Ideas TeamRead post
It's very possible that you've already heard about LEGO® Life over the past months, as it was rolled out in the UK late 2016. Today, however, we're really excited to share its official launch across 8 countries (U.S., U.K., Canada, France, Germany, Denmark, Austria and Switzerland), with availability in more countries to follow in 2017 and 2018.
For those of you who don't know, LEGO® Life is a new, safe social network for kids under 13. The app based experience, available for iOS and Android, both on smartphones and tablets, will allow our younger LEGO builders to connect online with other young fans of the brick. Here they'll be able to share their creativity, be inspired, inspire others, take on challenges, and do much more in a fun and safe environment!
How do you play a part in LEGO Life?
And that's where you, the LEGO Ideas community, come in. We're sure you're wondering why we are excited to tell you about a social network aimed at kids under 13, given that LEGO Ideas is for you 13+ builders. For starters, it shouldn't come as a surprise that we think that LEGO Ideas members create amazing work and that it's incredibly inspiring to browse the countless projects that are submitted everyday. We think kids all over the world would be equally, if not even more, inspired by the models that you all create and we're looking forward to 2017 where we will start sharing images of some of the awesome models that you've created on LEGO Life. Who knows, perhaps there's a kid out there who'll be inspired by your work or building techniques, and go on to create the next LEGO Ideas set in the future!
In the mean time, go ahead and download the free app, available on iOS and Android, together with your kids to discover the many fun experiences it holds for them.
If you're interested in learning more about LEGO Life then visit www.lego.com/life, or check out the article from the LEGO Life team below.
LEGO Group Launches LEGO® Life, a Safe Social Network for Kids Under 13
Building on its experience with nurturing communities and extending its expertise in developing quality, child-friendly digital play experiences, The LEGO Group today announced the launch of LEGO® Life, a safe social network for kids under the age of 13. The app-centered digital experience allows young LEGO builders of all levels and interests to connect with a community of like-minded peers to express their creativity, share their LEGO creations, interact with LEGO characters, and inspire one another. The experience launches today in the U.S., U.K., Canada, France, Germany, Denmark, Austria and Switzerland, with additional markets launching in 2017 and 2018.
“The LEGO Group aims to develop digital experiences that complement and enhance LEGO play,” said Rob Lowe, head of LEGO Life. “LEGO Life creates a platform that amplifies the joy of building and pride of creation that kids experience with tactile play through the digital world in a safe way – further unleashing creativity among kids and tweens on a much broader scale.”
LEGO® Life Increases the Sociability and Personalization of LEGO Play
LEGO Life bridges physical and digital play experiences, innovating on the best of today’s social network features to add a social layer to LEGO play. After seeing millions of kids share their pride of creation in the “Cool Creations” section of LEGO Club Magazine and use LEGO.com message boards to share stories and photos about LEGO building, a richer, more dynamic social media platform such as LEGO Life is a natural next step in the evolution of LEGO community engagement.
“LEGO Life provides the platform where kids and tweens can take their LEGO creations and stories and give them the audience they deserve,” added Lowe.
The LEGO Life app lets kids personalize their LEGO experience through direct interaction with their favorite LEGO characters, exclusive content, an in-depth 3D LEGO minifigure avatar creator, and fun building inspiration and challenges. LEGO Life also introduces a custom LEGO Emoji Keyboard with which kids and tweens can communicate about what they create in LEGO form, as well as comment on what their peers share.
“LEGO bricks are already established as a global visual language that kids understand and use to express themselves,” explained Lowe. “The LEGO Emoji Keyboard takes this personalization one step further with a keyboard of recognizable emojis augmented by stickers and phrases that let kids engage safely within LEGO Life.”
According to global research that informed the development of LEGO Life, 90 percent of kids surveyed are aware of emojis and their use in communication. When asked if they use emoji icons, approximately 40 percent of kids said “yes.” By infusing a LEGO look and feel into familiar emoji vernacular, the LEGO Emoji Keyboard helps kids and tweens inspire and support each other even though their spelling and typing skills may be still developing.
LEGO® Life is a Constantly Growing Source of Inspiration
Similar to mainstream social media platforms, LEGO Life delivers a newsfeed customized to user preferences. The app encourages kids and tweens to identify and “follow” topics of interest so that their feed is populated with relevant images, challenges and more. For example, kids can choose to follow groups dedicated to certain animals, vehicles, heroes, specific LEGO themes, seasonal programs or regional topics that they find most relevant.
Additionally, LEGO Life provides kids and tweens with inspiration and mentorship in fun and engaging ways. LEGO Master Builders will share creations and issue a variety of building challenges within LEGO Life to encourage building and sharing among the community. Characters such as Master Wu from LEGO NINJAGO, Emma from LEGO Friends and LEGO BATMAN™ will share building inspiration and will appear within the app to comment on member builds. New features will be continually added to the experience.
As the network grows and expands, users will find other ways to customize their LEGO experience, such as earning rewards for their engagement in LEGO activities and the ability to inventory their LEGO collection, among many other things. LEGO Life will also be available through many other LEGO touchpoints to enable as many LEGO fans as possible to experience its potential.
LEGO® Life is Safe and Secure
LEGO Life is a safe social network for kids under 13. It is designed to be a child’s first digital social experience, taking users by the hand and introducing them to some of the core concepts of a social network, all through the trusted values associated with the LEGO brand. As detailed in the Digital Safety section of LEGO Life, participants’ safety is assured in several ways.
No Personal Information
LEGO Life prevents kids from sharing personal information, images, or anything that could allow users to identify and locate one another. For example, when a user creates an account, he or she uses the random name generator to create a silly 3-word mix for a display name, such as “DukeCharmingShrimp” or “ChairmanWilyDolphin.” In place of real or facial photos for LEGO Life profiles, users create their avatar by selecting the LEGO minifigure or minidoll of their choice, adding clothing, hair and more to create their virtual persona.
All content and comments on LEGO Life are monitored by LEGO employees who specialize in moderation to ensure that it is LEGO Life-appropriate and child-friendly. All moderators go through brand and child safety training, and the moderation team is located in LEGO offices around the world to ensure quality, always-on service. Use of the LEGO Emoji Keyboard replaces actual text when commenting on user-generated content. Commenting is tightly controlled and pre-moderated while emoji comments are post-moderated, keeping communication simple, universal, positive and fun.
Adherence to the LEGO Safety Pledge and UNICEF StandardsRead post
The LEGO safety pledge is a method for parents to talk to their children about digital safety while establishing a shared commitment to ground rules for online social behavior, and LEGO Life policies and procedures adhere to these ground rules. Additionally, LEGO Group has an ongoing partnership with UNICEF through which the company received guidance as to how to ensure child safety in developing LEGO Life. UNICEF and LEGO Group also partnered to develop a tool which enables companies to assess their current efforts around children’s digital safety.
The LEGO Rebrick "A Brick in the Life" contest has officially ended as we've drawn a grand prize winner as well as two runner ups, who all created some fantastic and inspirational models based on their favourite Beatles moment! Check them out below!
There were over 100 great entries to the contest, which made it difficult for the judges to agree on just 3! We want to say a big thanks to everyone who participated. We hope you enjoyed building and being inspired and hope that you'll join us for the Adventure Time contest that's running right now on LEGO Rebrick.
The winners have been contacted.
GRAND PRIZE WINNER - "A Beatles Story ..." by Brickproject
"- Hey, look, everything's getting bigger! - It's not. It's us that are getting smaller." (Yellow Submarine quote) The Beatles are certainly the most iconic music band of our time! They did not seek the headlines, but they wrote the fabulous story of music... So let us transform it into a lego model ! I decided to represent on this "beatles book" a yellow submarine with a colorful background. On the other side of the book you can see the beatles playing music!
RUNNER UP WINNER - "Magical Mystery Tour" by TOMOELL
Bus from Bealtes´s movie Magical Mystery Tour.
RUNNER UPWINNER - "The Beatles Recording Studio" by TreyD26
This can count as EMI studio, Abbey Road studio, and Apple Corps. Creations like drum set, Amps, tape recorder, guitars, etc, were customized by me. I designed all 4 Beatles the best I could and also including their recording producer, George Martin. I had the most fun creating the drum set, by including the famous drum skin and black pearl design. As a big Beatles fan I was so excited for this contest to begin, thanks Lego!