There’s always been a disconnect between digital and physical Lego, but the path to these experiences melding together is finally clear. We’ve got our hands on the new Lego Fusion Town Master kit, and it is without a doubt the future of Lego-based fun.Imagine a world where you are stuck in a level of the next Lego Batman, and instead of scratching your head trying to figure out how the game designer wants you to solve the puzzle you just take a photo of a solution you made with your own bricks.We’re a long way away from that being how things are done, but Lego Fusion is clearly the first step towards this goal. The app allows you to use augmented reality to take photos of buildings you have made at home and use them to build yourself a Lego town.The Town Master kit includes three bags of bricks in red, white, black, tan, olive green, and the usual wood and brick stylings. You can build a house entirely out of the bricks in the kit, or you can add your own. As long as your bricks are roughly the same color, the app will pick them up and add them to the mix.You can build churches, newspaper printers, sandwich shops, or whatever else you want your town to have. All you really need to get started is the special front brick, which is included in the kit. The app lines up with this special brick, and scans whatever is attached to it. Once the scan is complete, the building is converted into a 3D structure in the game.The point of Town Master is to rack up points making the best town you can, with each building being a real world creation by you. It’s not hard to see how Lego could take this idea and spread it to the rest of their properties.While there are more games coming in the Fusion line, this is something Lego could conceivably make a part of all of their games in the future, and I really hope they do.