Legos' "Braille Bricks" aim to help blind children learn
Most kids in America grow up playing with Legos. Now, the iconic toy is being used to help blind children read. The Lego Foundation hopes that "Braille Bricks" will help blind kids learn alongside children who can see. It plans to introduce these bricks in American schools next year. Only on "CBS This Morning," Ian Lee got to test them out.