At this year's Toy Fair, Pai Technology introduced the world to one of its newest creations, PaiGo, a tool that teaches programming for children.
PaiGO prides itself on being the first robot for kids that supports coding, augmented reality and construction play. In the process of learning the basics of coding, kids are able to control the robot's movements, including having it pick up objects, make sounds or display emojis.
Since the idea of learning a new programming language can seem daunting, even for adults, a number of tactile toys are being introduced that offer teaching tools that go beyond the screen of a technology device. With PaiGO, kids are able to create code and immediately see it in action via the lively, gender-neutral bot.