Participative Kids Tech

Movement is encouraged through tech devices to get kids more active
Implications - In an ironic move, parents are turning to tech to encourage physical activity among youths. Providing games and activities that require physical participation, these techniques reflect a happy medium between technological and tangible play.
SCORE: 4.1
This Year and Untested Top 3 Examples: 4,083 Total Clicks Aug 13 - Feb 15
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Breaking Dancing Robot Toys - DiscoRobo Busts a Move at CES 2014
SCORE: 3.3
Mild 1,533 Clicks Pub: Jan 10, 14
Breaking Dancing Robot Toys
DiscoRobo Busts a Move at CES 2014
One of the most affordable and most awesome robots (a winning combination) at CES 2014 was the DiscoRobo, a robot that detects nearby music and dances to it. DiscoRobo uses “the latest beat... [More]
Kinetic Spelling Games - Spelling Stomp Has Kids Step on an Interactive Mat to Learn Words
SCORE: 3.4
This Year and Mild 447 Clicks Pub: Feb 2, 15
Kinetic Spelling Games
Spelling Stomp Has Kids Step on an Interactive Mat to Learn Words
While there are plenty of spelling games that have kids interact with the screen of a mobile device or computer, this concept gets young ones up and moving. As well as having on-screen components,... [More]
Interactive Pokemon Game Controllers - Catch Favorite Characters with the Pokemon Monster Ball
SCORE: 2.9
Untested 2,103 Clicks Pub: Aug 17, 13
Interactive Pokemon Game Controllers
Catch Favorite Characters with the Pokemon Monster Ball
The Pokemon monster ball is an incredible toy for a truly interactive gaming experience. This toy, known as the ‘Get! Television Monster Ball,’ allows players to physically feel as... [More]