The iconic physical building block has gone digital. Lego Australia is collaborating with Google Chrome to allow kids (and adults) to build, share, and tear down their own lego creations. The program uses WebGL, which provides new abilities in web-browser graphics. Structures can be viewed and shared by others, allowing users to show off their building capabilities. Finished work is shown in a map-like format, which Chrome users can navigate in 3D, similar to Google Street View.