Youthful Wearable

Kid-targeted wearable devices tap into educational benefits

Implications - Rather than offering the same capabilities as a smartphone, kid-targeted wearable devices are being designed to promote education and personal well-being. By offering heightened engagement, wearable devices for children serve as an example of how technology can transform learning and physical activity into a form of play.
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This Quarter and Warm Top 5 Examples: 14,604 Total Clicks Apr 15 - Nov 16
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Kids' Programmable Pendants - Linkitz are Wearable Hi-Tech Puzzle Pieces That Respond to Commands
SCORE: 7.3
V. Hot 7,280 Clicks Pub: Apr 7, 15
Kids' Programmable Pendants
Linkitz are Wearable Hi-Tech Puzzle Pieces That Respond to Commands
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Location-Tracking Child Wearables - The POMO 'Waffle' Kid Watch Reinforces Good Habits
SCORE: 7.9
This Quarter and Warm 1,147 Clicks Pub: Nov 25, 16
Location-Tracking Child Wearables
The POMO 'Waffle' Kid Watch Reinforces Good Habits
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Charitable Fitness Bands - UNICEF's Kid Power Bands Empower Kids to Do Good for Others
SCORE: 5.9
Warm 2,697 Clicks Pub: Apr 7, 15
Charitable Fitness Bands
UNICEF's Kid Power Bands Empower Kids to Do Good for Others
Kid Power is an initiative from UNICEF that tackles two problems at once: child obesity and malnourished children in developing countries. Despite seeming like two problems on opposite sides on the... [More]
Wearable Programming Toys - The DynePods Can Be Used To Create Interactive Programs For Toys
SCORE: 4.9
Mild 2,450 Clicks Pub: Apr 7, 15
Wearable Programming Toys
The DynePods Can Be Used To Create Interactive Programs For Toys
The DynePods are a new series of educational gadgets, launched by MIT graduate and Dynepic co-founder Krissa Watry, that are designed to make playtime more interactive for kids. These devices are... [More]
Affordable Smart Wearables - CodeBug is Inexpensive and Easy for Users to Program
SCORE: 4.2
Mild 1,030 Clicks Pub: Apr 7, 15
Affordable Smart Wearables
CodeBug is Inexpensive and Easy for Users to Program
Unveiled on crowdfunding website Kickstarter, CodeBug is a smart wearable that offers multiple functions at a low rate, $18 or 12 pounds to be exact. Competing with the BBC Micro, a popular device... [More]
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