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A Robot Story Promises to Teach Kids How to Count in Binary Code

 - Jan 21, 2014
References: kickstarter & mightymega
Software engineer Lisa Seacat DeLuca has started a Kickstarter campaign for A Robot Story, a picture book and animated e-Book that endeavors to teach young children how to count in binary code.

The book depicts to robot brothers, JSON and Wi-Fi, who want be nerdy like they're mom, and thus begin learning to count in binary code. The animated e-Book version allows children to uses switches to see how different binary inputs effect the numerical output (traditional numbers.)

A Robot Story is an atypical educational project that will teach children unique skills and give them a head start with mathematics, and computers. It is also a wonderfully geeky way for kids to connect with their parents and vice versa.