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Coming late spring 2018, a new toy will help children use their imagination while learning mathematics. (via 3Doodler)   Another amazing learning tool, presented at the 2018 Toy Fair, the 3Doodler Start Kits. Even though the 3Doodler kit is not a new product, this new edition of it appears more appropriate for children than the previous version. Each kit is different, but all still encourage kids’ creative genius. The kit revolves around a 3-D enabled pen that melts plastic and spits ...
Sony is now exploring the realm of Education with its robotic toy KOOV. (KOOV kit displayed, image via SONY)   At first glance, the KOOV kit might look like confectioneries; but it is a new set of electronics fashioned to increase children’s interest in Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM). The KOOV kit is one of SONY’s brainchildren, part of its global education program. Even though SONY’s new baby resembles the LEGO toys, the Japanese corporation is, in fact, ...
Zachtronics’ Shenzhen I/O lets players join an electronics company to design circuits and write code. (Image credit: Zachtronics via YouTube)   When it comes to video games for engineers, we tend to think of Tetris, Minecraft or even Sim City perhaps, but those are geared for more entertainment rather than relying on trade skills to complete. Zach Barth of Zachtronics created a different game with engineers in mind with his Shenzhen I/O, which pits players in an imaginary tech compan ...