Fisher-Price Imagines a Future Full of Hologram Toys

Fisher-Price Imagines a Future Full of Hologram Toys
Design

Toy-maker envisions parenting in 2025, where toys will be bridge the physical-digital divide

Daniela Walker
  • 25 march 2016

In ten years, many of the teenagers of today will be parents, whose expectations for their child’s health and development will be informed by their own digitally native upbringing. To understand how parenting and digital experiences will co-exist in the future, toy-maker Fisher-Price worked with global innovation design consultancy Continuum to create a video imagining what play will be like in 2025.

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