CES 2015: Robotics Magazine sets out to Inspire Kids to Teach Themselves
The publication from Wonder Workshop will feature activities, lessons, and all things Dash and Dot
Sadly, some of the most exciting toys have often required parents to sort through complicated instruction manuals before play can commence. With the help of a new robotics magazine, however, kids can soon teach themselves how to negotiate — and about the inner workings of — a pair of cute, capable robots (and even enlighten their parents, too).
Today at CES 2015, San Mateo-based Wonder Workshop announced the launch of Wonder Magazine, a free, bi-weekly digital publication for young robotics fans and their families. The magazine, which will be delivered via Wonder Workshop mobile apps and to customer email inboxes after sign-up, will cover activities, updates, and “creative new [play] ideas” for Dash and Dot, Wonder Workshop’s kid-friendly robots.