Electronic blocks teach kids to program through play
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Designed to help children learn how to program interactive games and toys, HoneyComb Kits contains three colors of hexagonal electronic blocks. Green blocks are for input and include a power supply block, blue blocks allow for conditions to be set and orange blocks manage the output of the commands. Currently raising funds on IndieGoGo, the company plans to begin shipment of the two kits (Basic and Queen) in mid-March 2018. The blocks are compatible with Lego, meaning that once a user has grasped the tenets of operation, use is limited only by imagination. Each kit contains instructions for beginner projects,…
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