Lego has been tinkering with augmented reality over the last few months, and the first results are starting to make their way into Lego stores across the world - powered by technology from Metaio, who also worked on Vuzix's AR devices.

In the video above, you can see how it works. Customers hold a Lego box up to a scanner, it works out exactly what set is being held up, and then displays exactly what the set looks like on a video screen. You can tilt it up, down and around to see the set in 3D.

The kiosks will be available in Lego stores across the whole world, though don't necessarily expect to see them in your local toy shop just yet. If you're desperate to see one in person, then there's Lego stores in Brighton, Milton Keynes and Bluewater. - learn about it / talk about it / deal with it At parents can find all the advice they will need to keep their children safe online. Designed specifically for parents, the site offers a wealth of up-to-date, unbiased information and advice about how to deal with online safety. Parents can learn about the latest issues and technologies, get great tips on how to talk about online safety with their children and get the best advice on dealing with issues and taking action. Created with experts, Internet Matters provides detailed information, but also signposts to best-in-class resources from individual expert organisations. Our goal is to ensure parents can always access the information that they need, in a format that is clear and concise.