Björn is CEO & Co. Founder of digital toy company, Toca Boca. Björn has led Toca Boca applications to more than 50 million downloads, and the products are currently available in over 160 countries. Toca Boca has won two National Parenting Association awards, as well as a US Mom’s Choice award.
Chris O’Shea is a british artist and designer known for using technology to make the unimaginable come to life. At the Royal London Children’s Hospital, Chris created a digital playground for kids where the centerpiece of the project is a giant interactive television screen. The Television allows kids to paint pictures and play music with their physical movements.
Jeffrey Bjorn is making games that "parents like and kids love," addressing the issue we're facing where kids are playing less with more creatively restrictive playthings
Google Assistant Kids adds a child-friendly feature to the search engine’s AI. Minyoung Park, Jisoo Hong and Ji Hoon Kim—a team of students from the School of Visual Arts—developed the idea for Google. The project won a Cannes Future Lions award this morning. The concept is based on the premise that children love asking questions—but internet […]