Child Video Game Powered By Play
Video gaming has been donning a lot of flak for its apparent contribution to increasing waistlines of children. think/thing‘s prototype OUiP! – or ‘Optimized Universal Interface Platform’ – might be one game parents won’t mind giving their kids. The device encourages physical play by synchronizing images and sounds to the movements of the child. Children can shake, dip and shake the OUiP! to produce changing sounds and images, play games and learn the alphabet.
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